Synonyms for agapo or Related words with agapo

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Examples of "agapo"
The theme song of the series "Poso S' Agapo" was written by acclaimed Greek music composer Stamatis Kraounakis.
S' Agapo (Greek: "Σ' αγαπώ"; ) is the thirteenth studio album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou, released on 14 October 2013 by Minos EMI. It peaked up in 3rd place.
Kaneis de leei s' agapo () is a Greek popular television series written by Markella Grigoriou and Antigoni Pappa and directed by Stefanos Kontomaris, which aired on Mega Channel in 2004 and ran for 32 episodes.
"You Came" has been covered several times and in several different languages. A Greek version entitled "Eisai oti agapo" was released by Bessy Argyrakis, a Finnish version entitled "Niin tein" was released by the band Hausmylly, and the original English version has been covered by German band Aura, Estonian singer Hylene, the B. City Crew, Baz and Candy Warhol.
S' agapo (Greek: "Σ' αγαπώ"; ) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released on August 10, 1979 by PolyGram Records in Greece and it went gold selling over 50,000 units. This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD with a new cover in April, 1994 by PolyGram.
"Agape" ( "agápē") means "love" in modern-day Greek. The term "s'agapo" means "I love you" in Greek. The word "agapo" is the verb "I love". It generally refers to a "pure," ideal type of love, rather than the physical attraction suggested by "eros". However, there are some examples of "agape" used to mean the same as "eros". It has also been translated as "love of the soul."
Lege mou “S' agapo” (Greek: "Λέγε μου “Σ' αγαπώ”"; ) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released in December, 1990 in Greece and Cyprus by Minos EMI. All music and lyrics are by Takis Mousafiris. This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD in the same year by Minos EMI.
The lead single "1988 Ki Akoma S' Agapo" was well received by radio stations, rising to the top of the charts. The song is considered a classic Greek ballad and a pop standard. After the release of other top 5 singles, the song "Ta Mathitika Hronia" was released. It became a big hit and remains one of Vissi's most recognizable songs from the 80's. Another hit from the album was "Ta Koritsia Einai Atakta". Later that year, Vissi started a popular radio program named after that song, receiving critical acclaim. The radio program lasted until 1992.
Greek distinguishes several different senses in which the word "love" is used. Ancient Greeks identified four forms of love: kinship or familiarity (in Greek, "storge"), friendship and/or platonic desire ("philia"), sexual and/or romantic desire ("eros"), and self-emptying or divine love ("agape"). Modern authors have distinguished further varieties of romantic love. However, with Greek (as with many other languages), it has been historically difficult to separate the meanings of these words totally. At the same time, the Ancient Greek text of the Bible has examples of the verb "agapo" having the same meaning as "phileo".
In 1977, she went on tour with George Dalaras and Haris Alexiou, giving concerts with the most notable at the Rainbow, London (June). In the same year, she released her first studio album named "As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi" and won the prize for best singer and best song ("As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi") of the year at the Annual Song Festival of Thessaloniki (Palais des Sports). In 1978 she was proposed by ERT (Greek National Television) to represent Greece at the 23rd Eurovision Song Contest. There were two candidate songs: "Poso S' Agapo" and "O Kyrios Nobel". Finally, due to controversies between the composers of the songs, her participation was disqualified and Tania Tsanaklidou went to the contest. Her second album "Kitrino Galazio" was released in 1979 and produced the hit "Aftos Pou Perimeno" ("The one I'm waiting for"). The album reached platinum status and became the best-selling record of the year in Greece.
Early in 2001 he released the CD single "Den Eho Hrono" (I have no time). It soon topped the charts and went platinum. In the summer, he toured Greece for the first time. Later that year he appeared live with Greek singer Haris Alexiou to great reviews. In the spring of 2002 he released his second solo album "Krifo Fili" (Secret kiss), which has settled at 3x platinum. This album contains a series of big hits such as "Eisai Edo" (You are here), "To S' Agapo" (The "I love you"), "Horis Anapnoi" (Breathless), "I Ekdromi" (The excursion), and "Kapnos" .This album established him as one of the most successful singer-songwriters and promising performers in the Greek music scene. In the summer of 2002 he toured Greece again with even greater success. And in winter he shared the same stage with another Greek music icon, singer Dimitra Galani.
In 1973, her family moved to Athens, Greece, where she was able to pursue her studies at the National Conservatory. She would eventually appear with a number of well-known Greek singers, such as George Dalaras, Haris Alexiou, and Vasilis Papakonstantinou, in the famous nightclubs of Plaka, in Athens. During this time she also studied the law at the University of Athens. Her first important collaboration, alongside George Dalaras, was with composer Stavros Koujioumtzis. Koujioumtzis composed two songs for Vissi, "S' Agapo" ("I Love You") and "Sta Hronia tis Ipomonis" ("In The Years of Patience"). She also collaborated with many important Greek composers such as Mikis Theodorakis (1974/1975), Georgios Hadjinassios (1974), Doros Giorgiadis (1974), Nikos Karvelas (who later became her husband; 1975) and Mihalis Terzis (1976).
Sigma TV first commissioned the weekdaily comedic soap "Sto Para Pente", which aired from September 1998 to June 2004, and first held the distinction of being the longest weekday show in Cyprus television history, before it was surpassed by "Se Fonto Kokkino", which ran from September 2008 to July 2012. Other Sigma TV weekday shows include "Akti Oniron" (which ran from 1999 to 2001), "Vourate Geitonoi" (which ran from 2001 to 2005, and was the most successful weekdaily series, achieving ratings shares of up to 70% of all television households in the country), "Oi Takkoi" (which ran from 2002 to 2005), "S' Agapo" (which ran from 2001 to 2002), "Vasiliki" (which ran from 2005 to 2006), "Vendetta" (which ran from September 2005 to December 2006), "30 kai Kati" (which ran from 2006 to 2007) and "Mila Mou" (which ran from September 2007 to January 2009).
The music video was shot on 28 January 2010 by Kostas Kapetanidis, who Tamta had first collaborated with in 2005 for her debut video for "Ftais", and has since directed her videos "Den Teleionei Etsi I Agapi", "Agapise Me", and "Agapo", while he has also collaborated with Rouvas on multiple occasions since 1995, including on "Ela Mou", "Mia Fora", "Shake It", both versions of "S'eho Erotefthi", "1000 Milia", "Horis Kardia", and "Irthes". The video was shot at Studio Rapti in Melissia from noon and did not conclude until the next morning. MAD TV crews were on set during shooting and did a photo report that same day. The concept of the video plays on a yin yang-type theme, with the light and darkness, innocence and eroticism continuously altering, thus contrasting with the song's title. Tamta's multiple wardrobe changes, varying between "classy and trendy" were meant as a means of further highlight these contradictions. MAD TV claimed that the shooting of the video was "demanding". Tamta spoke about the emotions of the video and her image, saying: I feel absolutely sexy and for that are not responsible only the clothes. I feel sexy even without needing to wear something provocative. However, I am sure, as my collaborators are that this video clip will be the sexiest thing that I have done up until now.