Θαύμα / θαυμάσιος -> marvel, wonder / marvellous, wonderful

fuzzy turtle

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I know they both mean somthing around wondeful/marvolus but whats the diffrence between the two? I am trying to figure out how to say a wonderment/miracle/a marvel what will be the right word that i am looking for

PS. no i dont know much greek but i have greek roots and i want to know how to write/say this specific word in acient greek without being totally wrong and out of context. i need to know this asap so all help will be GREATLY appreciated.
« Last Edit: 01 Nov, 2005, 10:57:20 by wings »


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Good morning,

θαύμα (most of the times means "miracle" while others has the meaning of wonder, marvel, be in excellent condition and θαυμάσιος means wonderful, marvellous, admirable.

I don't know if I helped you. Hope I did.

Have a nice day.
« Last Edit: 01 Nov, 2005, 10:57:44 by wings »
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I'm sorry but I forgot to tell you that I can't help you with the part of your question concerning the ancient translation of the words. Sorry!!!!
« Last Edit: 01 Nov, 2005, 10:58:07 by wings »
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