See also: τι, ότι, ὅτι, ôti, oți, and 'oti

Greek Edit

Alternative forms Edit

  • (obsolete/hypercorrect) ό⸒τι (ó⸒ti) (i.e. with the hypodiastole Unicode character, rather than a comma)
  • (dated) ο τι (o ti)
  • (misspelling) ότι (óti)

Etymology Edit

From a reconsideration of ὅ τι (hó ti) as a single word, while retaining the hypodiastole—an otherwise outdated form of the Greek comma used as a disambiguating interpunct symbol—in order to differentiate this term from ότι (óti).

Pronunciation Edit

Pronoun Edit

ό,τι (ó,ti) (indeclinable)

  1. anything, whatever
    Είναι κακομαθημένο παιδί· ό,τι θέλει, του το δίνουν.
    Eínai kakomathiméno paidí; ó,ti thélei, tou to dínoun.
    He's a spoiled child; they give him anything he wants.
    Κάνε ό,τι θέλεις, δεν μ’ ενδιαφέρει πια.
    Káne ó,ti théleis, den m’ endiaférei pia.
    Do whatever you want, I don't care anymore.

Pronoun Edit

ό,τι (ó,tim

  1. whatever, anything
    Θα κάνω ό,τι μπορώ.Tha káno ó,ti boró.I'll do what I can.

Derived terms Edit