|Subject:||Re: Exactly . . .|
|Author:||Kassios (Authenticated as Kassios)|
|Date:||February 19, 2006 at 7:53:11 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Exactly . . . by Mar|
I don't understand your question, I think I was very clear... Anyway I am repeating that part:
...It derives from the Greek word "dexiteros", a poetic form of the word "dexios", meaning right-handed, fortunate, skilled. The Latin word "dexter" derives from the Greek "dexiteros".
("A Greek-English Lexicon", Liddell and Scott, "Lexicon of the ancient Greek Language", I. Stamatakos, "Lexicon of the Latin Language", S. Koumanoudes
Of course Dexter means "right-handed, fortunate, skilled"!
"Until the day that an ancient inscription will be found with the name "Alexandrovski" written on it instead of "Alexander", true Macedonia and true Macedonians will remain Greek, as they always were."
This message was edited by the author on February 19, 2006 at 7:58:45 AM
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