Synonyms for erota or Related words with erota

agapo              einai              erotas              tragoudi              stin              agapes              nihta              kosmou              chronia              megales              agapis              koritsia              giati              koritsi              tragoudia              eimai              horis              stigmes              stous              kardia              epitihies              asteri              mousiki              apenanti              treli              pethaino              paradisou              gynaikes              tipota              nyhta              itan              ksana              theou              agapisa              hronia              psihi              nychta              polemo              alitis              agnosto              paidi              ellada              makria              kalimera              gynaika              eheis              ourano              galazio              oneira              tragouda             



Examples of "erota"
67. Ethelontis ston erota (1971) ... Thomas Raizis
- To diamanti tou erota (2006) TV episode ... Evangelos Krokan
In 1999, he released his second CD "Den Ise Moni". This was followed in 2000 by "Tou Erota Feggaria".
On 22 November 2011, Ploutarchos released his eleventh studio album titled "I Dinami Tou Erota" (The Strength of Love).
The story of Selemnus is referenced in a tale by Rena Galanaki in "Mnimi tou erota, lithi tou erota" ("Μνήμη του έρωτα, λήθη του έρωτα") in the book "Ena schedon galazio cheri" (" σχεδόν γαλάζιο χέρι") (Kastaniotis, 2004) and one poem "Sto Kastritsianiko potami" ("Στο Καστριτσιάνικο ποτάμι" = "By The Kastritsianiko River") by Thodoris Gkonia and Nikos Xydakis.
Vindula erota, the common cruiser, is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in forested areas of tropical South Asia and Southeast Asia.
In the theatre she has starred in the plays "Apo erota", "Mia melissa ton Avgousto", and "Sinevi kai opoios thelei to pistevei" written and directed by Thodoris Atheridis.
Erota, Den Ksereis N'Agapas (Greek: "Έρωτα, Δεν Ξέρεις Ν' Αγαπάς"; English: "Love, you don't know how to love") is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou. It was released in 2004 and it went platinum.
The album includes the first single "Reggaeton" that was put out prior to the album release and the other 5 singles, "To Party Den Stamata", "Sexy (Reggaeton)", "All I Need" and "Stou Erota Tin Trela" that were put out afterwards to its release, with "To Party Den Stamata" being wildly popular.
To ximeroma tou erota (Greek: "Το ξημέρωμα του έρωτα"; ) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released in 1993 by Minos EMI in Greece. This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD in the same year.
All the songs were composed by Nikos Karvelas, with the exception of "Lie" being composed by Kyriakos Papadopoulos. All the lyrics are written by Nikos Karvelas with the exception of the rap segment in "Erota I Polemo" written by Nikos Vourliotis (Goin Through).
In May 1995, her second studio album "I Pio Glikia mou Amartia" (, My sweetest sin) was released and she began nightly appearances at an Athens club to promote it. Her third studio album "Tou Erota I Mihani" (, The love machine) was released in October 1996, and the single "Mi Fevgeis Apopse" (, Don't leave tonight) was voted the best ballad of year at the Pop Corn Music Awards.
In 2002 she cooperated with the songwriter and composer Giorgos Theofanous, in the album Tosi Agapi Pos Na Hathei, which resulted in big commercial success. That same year, she started appearing alone for the first time in the music scene "Fos", which would become her "home" for the following three years. During that period, Natassa released a live album (2003) and then cooperated with Evanthia Rebutsika, the composer of her sixth album Erota, Den Ksereis N'Agapas (2004).
IENED (which was renamed ERT2 in 1982) was responsible for the first Greek soap operas "I Kravgi Ton Likon" and "Megistanes". ERT also produced the long-running soap "O Simvoleografos". Since 2000 and with the introduction of private television, ERT produced additional daily soap operas, which included "Pathos" ("Passion"), "Erotika tis Edem" ("Loving in Eden") and "Ta ftera tou erota" ("The Wings of Love"). These failed to achieve high ratings and were canceled shortly after their premiere.
When he graduated from drama school, he collaborated with the “Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos” company and other independent producers and he played next to other acclaimed comedians and actors. At the same time, he was playing in plays by Greek and foreign authors. Some of those include “Ti 30, ti 40, ti 50,” “Agapi mou paliogria,” “Kare tou erota,” “Bizarre male,” “Volpone” by Ben Jonson, directed by Minos Volanakis, “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie, “Captain Michael” by Nikos Kazantzakis, etc.
In 1990, Leandros released the album "Starkes Gefühl" (Strong Feeling) which notably contained a new version of "Apres Toi" her Eurovision song contest winner of 1972. The album also contained the German version of Piretos tou erota now "Süchtig nach Geborgenheit" which was the first single cut. The early 1990s saw her scoring successful albums in Greece with "Prosexe" (1991), "Andres" (1993), and in Germany with the singles "Du Bist Mein Schönster Gedanke" (1994), and a duet with Tony Christie, "We're Gonna Stay Together" (1995).
Antzy Samiou () wanted to be a singer from a very young age and by the late '80s she started to work professionally singing in show centers and clubs. In 1990, she penned lyrics for Dimitris Mitropanos's () song "Esi Lege Me Erota" (, You may call me Love), which came out as a single from the album of the same name. On her birthday in March 1993, her debut album "To Adynato Simeio Mou" (, My weak spot) was released. The title track became a radio hit and she began to achieve recognition in the music industry.
"Eros" ( "érōs") (from the Greek deity Eros) is passionate love, with sensual desire and longing. The Greek word "erota" means "in love". Plato refined his own definition. Although eros is initially felt for a person, with contemplation it becomes an appreciation of the beauty within that person, or even becomes appreciation of beauty itself. Eros helps the soul recall knowledge of beauty and contributes to an understanding of spiritual truth. Lovers and philosophers are all inspired to seek truth by eros. Some translations list it as "love of the body."
Gonzalo's second mistake is to fall in love himself, with the princess Erota. The play's list of "dramatis personae" describes her as "a Princess, imperious, and of an overweaning Beauty." Royal, rich, witty, and beautiful, she is also extravagantly vain; she is loved by many men, including a prince of Cyprus named Philander, but scorns them all. Until, that is, she meets Antinous, and falls in love with him. Motivated by that love, she manipulates the vain Gonzalo into selling her Cassilanes' mortgage, and also into committing his plots and plans to writing.
In the play's final climactic scene, the other odd law of Candy comes into play. Cassilanes comes before the Senate with a complaint of ingratitude against his son; and Antinous, resigned to death, refuses to defend himself. But Erota makes a similar complaint of ingratitude against Cassilanes — which provokes Antinous to make the same complaint against her, in a sort of round-robin festival of egomania. The solution to this tangle comes when Annophel enters and makes her own complaint of ingratitude...against the Senate of Candy, for its treatment of her father.