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εισαγωγικά

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EtymologyEdit

Neuter plural form of εισαγωγικός (eisagogikós, introductory).

NounEdit

εισαγωγικά (eisagogikán pl

  1. (grammar, typography) guillemets, quotation marks, chevrons, duckfoot quotes, the Unicode double angle quotation mark.
    (Most commonly in Greek: « or », and in English or .)

Usage notesEdit

«Μιλάει σοβαρά;» ρώτησε την Μαρία. (“Is he serious?” he asked Maria.)
«Ναι, σίγουρα», αποκρίθηκε. (“Yes, certainly,” she replied.)
Compare this with the παύλα ( ), which is also used for recording Greek speech.
see also:   Non-English usage of quotation marks on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

DeclensionEdit

See alsoEdit

see also: Greek Punctuation and Greek alphabet (Diacritics)

AdverbEdit

εισαγωγικά (eisagogiká)

  1. introductorily

AdjectiveEdit

εισαγωγικά (eisagogiká)

  1. Nominative, accusative and vocative neuter plural form of εισαγωγικός (eisagogikós).