Synonyms for philippos or Related words with philippos
Examples of "philippos"
Nikolaos has an older sister Alexia, an older brother Pavlos, a younger sister Theodora and a younger brother,
The building was finally demolished and the contractor
Kameris confirmed on 15 June 2010 that the work was completed.
the Jester: Arrives uninvited during the symposium and distracts everyone from their fascination with the beauty of Autolykos. He tries twice to elicit laughter in the guests, and only when he weeps at his failure does Kritoboulos begin laughing.
contrasts with Socrates, who is easily able to make the guests laugh.
Next they question
about his pride in jesting. He answers that when someone has good fortune, they desire that
be in their company, and when they suffer bad luck, they run away from him for fear that he would make them laugh in spite of themselves 4.50). Nikeratos says the jester's pride is justified because the opposite happens to him.
Philip the Apostle (, "
") was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. Later Christian traditions describe Philip as the apostle who preached in Greece, Syria, and Phrygia.
In modern culture, Agelasta inspired the title of a documentary by
Koutsaftis (Φίλιππος Κουτσαφτής), called Agelastos Petra - Αγέλαστος Πέτρα "smile-less stone" (2000) on Modern Eleusis.
Xanthi Arena, AKA
Amiridis Arena is an indoor sporting arena that is located in the city of Xanthi, in the region of Western Thrace, Greece. The arena can be used for both basketball and volleyball games. Its capacity is 5,000 people. The arena is named after
Amiridis, a popular mayor of Xanthi, who died in 1999. The arena is owned by the municipality of Xanthi.
Philip Niarchos (alternately:
or Philippe; ) (born 1954) is a Greek billionaire, the eldest son of the Greek shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos and Eugenia Livanos, herself the elder daughter of Stavros Niarchos' rival Stavros G. Livanos.
In 1930 he married Eleftheria Kaldis, daughter of Georgios Emmanouil Kaldis (1875–1953), MP for Lesbos and Lemnos, and they had 2 children:
Iliou (historian, 1931–2004) and Mary Iliou Ciompi (b. 1934). His wife died in 2003.
Felipe is the Spanish variant of the name Philip, which derives from the Greek adjective "
" "friend of horses". Felipe is also widely used in Portuguese-speaking Brazil alongside Filipe, the form commonly used in Portugal.
Philippson is a patronymic surname meaning "son of Philipp", the German language given name variant of "Philip", both derived from "
", of Ancient Greek origin (prefix "philein", meaning "to love"; suffix "hippos", meaning "horses"; combined, becoming "lover of horses").
The album contains 15 tracks with music by Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Ilias
, Konstantinos Pantzis and Stelios Rokkos, while the lyrics are written by the Niki Spyropoulou and Poseidonas Giannopoulos.
Filippo is an Italian male given name, which is the equivalent of the English name Philip, meaning "friend of horses", from the Greek "
". The female variant is Filippa. The name may refer to:
In 2002, he was alongside Demetres Koutsavlakis,
Constantinos, Argyris Nastopoulos and Panos Tserpes, as part of the musical formation One representing Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002 with the song "Gimme" getting the 6th position.
Syrigos (; 1948 – October 13, 2013) was a Greek investigative journalist and sports reporter who has investigated doping cases in Greece. He was assaulted by masked men in October 18, 2004 in Athens but recovered.
Along the way, Olympiacos developed a habit for luring Ethnikos' best players, like Greek national team players
Kourantis in the late 1920s, Giannis Chelmis in the late 1930s and Giannis Ioannou in the early 1950s.
Philippidis or Filippidis (Greek: Φιλιππίδης) is a Greek surname. The female version of the name is Philippidou or Filippidou. "Philippidis" is a patronymic surname which literally means "the son of
(Filippos)". Notable examples include:
Iliou, 14 at the time, was a runner for EPON (United Panhellenic Organization of Youth) - one of those who, in the absence of phones radios and newspapers, formed the practical liaison between units and disseminated news about Athens. One day, British soldiers arrived at the house with an interpreter to arrest
and Ilias. His father-in-law, Senator George Emmanuel Kaldis, happened to be there and was also arrested. They were brought to a warehouse in Kallithea which was used as a temporary prison.
to defend Socrates by imitating the Syracusan, seeming to scold Socrates (6.8). Socrates forbids him from doing so, lest he also seem to abuse the Syracusan (6.9).
asks how, if he is not allowed to imitate anyone, he can render his services at a symposium. Socrates responds that he should avoid topics which should not be spoken of at such a gathering (this alerts the reader that there are topics which should be avoided at such a pleasant dinner, much like some conversation is not appropriate to the dinner table today) (6.10).
When they all sat down, each of them was struck by the beauty of Autolykos, being as it was combined with bashfulness and moderation. Each onlooker was struck differently by the boy's beauty. Some grew quiet, others struck some kind of pose. Kallias was almost as worth looking at since he was possessed by Eros, the god of sober love. They would all have eaten in near perfect silence if it were not for the sudden appearance of the uninvited jester,
(1.11). His arrival sparks some conversation.
tries twice to make the group laugh, but fails. Only when he weeps at his failure does Kritoboulos laugh(1.16).
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