Synonyms for prasino or Related words with prasino

oreino              chrysovitsa              stavrochori              foteino              kainourgio              katarraktis              kalyvakia              mesorrachi              dafnoula              chrysavgi              kastaneri              distrato              kerasea              loutros              drosato              geroplatanos              dilofo              charavgi              grimpovo              kryopigi              kyparissi              ampelia              limnochori              chaliki              vrysoula              karitsa              polydroso              grammeni              ampelaki              kalamitsi              kefalochori              alepochori              tristeno              foiniki              makrychori              stavrodromi              matsouki              vrosina              elafos              dasochori              spartia              drymos              lefki              vryses              kerasia              kranea              ypatis              katafyto              myrofyllo              polythea             

Examples of "prasino"
Prasino (Greek: Πράσινο meaning "green") may refer to several places in Greece:
Prasino () is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Iardanos, Elis, Greece. It is 2 km northwest of Agios Georgios, 3 km southeast of Vounargo and 5 km northwest of Pyrgos town centre. The community consists of the villages Prasino, Glykorizo and Keramidia. Its elevation is 70 m.
Prasino ( meaning "green", before 1927: Καρνέσι - "Karnesi") is a mountain village and a community in the municipal unit of Kleitor, Arcadia, Greece. In 2001, it had a population of 189 for the village, and 197 for the community, which includes the small village Kalyvia Karnesi. Prasino is situated on a mountain slope, at 820 m elevation. It is 4 km east of Drakovouni, 5 km southwest of Dara and 36 km northwest of Tripoli.
Pyli ( meaning "gate", before 1927: Δερβενοσάλεσι - "Dervenosalesi") is a village and a community in Boeotia, Greece. Its population in 2011 was 652 for the village and 745 for the community, which includes the villages Lefka, Panakto and Prasino. It was the seat of the former municipality of Dervenochoria.
Roussopoulos was born in Athens, the son of Ioannis Roussopoulos, a lawyer from Athens, and Dionysia Veliotis (1871-1955?) of Prasino ca 20 km NW of Levidi in the Peloponnese. He had a sister Eleni Roussopoulos (1911–1993), lawyer and civil servant, who never married.
Panagitsa () is a community in the municipal unit of Levidi, northern Arcadia, Greece. It is situated at the edge of a wide valley, at 540 m elevation. It is 3 km west of Chotoussa, 5 km southeast of Dara, 6 km east of Prasino and 12 km northwest of Levidi. The Greek National Road 33 (Patras - Tripoli) passes through the village.
Agios Georgios (, named for Saint George) is a community in the municipality of Pyrgos, Elis, Greece. It is situated at the foot of low hills, 3 km north of the centre of Pyrgos. It is 2 km northeast of Lasteika and 2 km southeast of Prasino, in the municipal unit Iardanos. Settlement in the village started between 1900 and 1920. It has a soccer (football) club named "Nikiforos".
Lasteika (, also: Λασταίικα "Lastaiika") is a village and a community in the municipality of Pyrgos, Elis, Greece. It is situated at the foot of a low hill, 4 km northwest of the centre of Pyrgos. It is 2 km southwest of Agios Georgios, 2 km northeast of Vytinaiika, and 3 km southwest of Prasino, in the municipal unit Iardanos. The Greek National Road 9/E55 (Patras - Pyrgos) passes southwest of the village. The community consists of the villages Lasteika and Itia.
He was a leading figure in the reconstruction after the Corinth earthquake of 1928, when he collaborated with the then Bishop of Corinth, Damaskinos. In 1932 he fell ill and went to his mother’s village to recuperate. The council there consulted him on a new name for the village (many places in Greece were renamed to get away from their old Ottoman names) and he suggested Prasino, which was adopted.
Dara (, also Δάρας - "Daras") is a community in the municipal unit of Levidi, northern Arcadia, Greece. It is situated on a mountain slope near the border with Achaea. It is 2 km southeast of Pankrati (Achaea), 5 km northeast of Prasino, 16 km north of Vytina and 16 km northeast of Levidi. The Greek National Road 33 (Patras - Levidi) passes south of the village. Dara has a historical folklore museum displaying the woodcarvings of Giannis Bakopoulos.
Drakovouni (, before 1927: Γλόγοβα - "Glogova"), Arcadia, Greece is a remote village in the municipality of Gortynia, Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece. It is situated at 780 m elevation, on the slope of a mountain also called "Drakovouni", 1,077 m elevation. It is 4 km west of Prasino, 9 km south of Filia and 37 km northwest of Tripoli. The few year-round residents are involved in agriculture. The village is known for the victorious battle of the guerrillas against the Nazis on April 20, 1944. Drakovouni has an elementary school, four churches, and three monasteries.
"Dark Parables: The Little Mermaid and the Purple Tide" is the eighth installment in the "Dark Parables" series. It is the first sequel developed by Eipix Entertainment. The Collector’s Edition was released on November 13, 2014 for PC and Mac, with an iOS version released afterwards. The events of the eighth installment are set the Island of Crete, off of the coast of Greece, in the Mediterranean Sea. As the Detective, the player must investigate the "Legendary Sunken Kingdom of Prasino" (under the patronage of the ancient Greek Goddess, Thalassa), after reports of a Purple Tide approaching the coastline, killing all marine life in its path and flooding a coastal village.
Tenné and Sanguine were the stains used in the abatements of arms which were dishonorable charges placed upon the coats of arms of malefactors. Dragon's head and dragon's tail were in use from the late ancient times. While the dragon's head (called also Anabibazon in astronomy and astrology) symbolizes a light colour (tenné), dragon‘s tail (called also Catabibazon) symbolizes a dark colour (sanguine) which in miniature corresponds to transmutation, provided by alchemists. The purpose of this process is to produce the philosopher's stone. During the process, as a result of the successive reactions, the materia prima will get transformed to a darker and more reddish one from the light coloured material. In the astrology dragon‘s head is connected to good luck, while dragon‘s tail is linked to unlucky events. All these indicate that the then contemporary heraldry was strongly under the influences of magical views and alchemistic ideas, which in turn were connected to the lore of the sympathies between the colours, planets, gemstones, metals, virtues etc. (The odd terminology of colours used by Heraldus Britannus, as mentioned by Spener, can partly reflect the view of alchemy: aurum–cytrine, argentum–aspre, rubeus–coccine, caeruleus– veneto, Niger–mauro, viridis–prasino, and purpureus–oiscy.)