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HISTORY OF GENESIS OF THE GREEK ALPHABET

DECIPHERMENT THE GREEK ALPHABET

According to Plato and Aristotle each symbol have meanings of «sounds, visuals, human behavior, and weather conditions», and every symbol character has an abbreviated meaning.

Α - Β - Γ - Δ - Ε - Ζ - Η - Θ - Ι - Κ - Λ - Μ - Ν - Ξ - Ο - Π - Ρ - Σ - Τ - Υ - Φ - Χ - Ψ - Ω


A
rchaeological findings of Greek writing in northern Greece have been discovered,
estimating an age of 11.000 years old.

 
Greek  Archaic similar Ionic Alphabet, long before the Phoenicians claim the originality of the alphabet.
Another proof that the Alphabet is Hellenic.

Evidence for the origins of the Greek Alphabet
 

Phoenicians sea-going traders, and merchants adopting the Greek Alphabet, and introducing it to the Mediterranean countries, giving the impression that the Alphabet was Phoenician, for this responsible was Greek historian Herodotus, confusing «recent Cadmus (=Κάδμος)»  with the older Cadmus, who appeared the same era with Zeus, as we read in the Greek historian Hesiodus in «Theogony» (lines 937,975,978) and in Homer's  (Odyssey E. 299-333-335).

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Ν: A sleeping position of a newborn baby: words NEO (=new), ΝΗΠΙΟΝ (=baby),
ΝΑΙΩ (=κατοικώ - reside, live in my house where I sleep and I was born),
ΝΕΜΩ=ΝΑΙΩ, ΝΟΜΗ (=hold in demesne)
, ΝΥΞ=ΝΥΧΤΑ (=night). etc, etc,.

Paleolithic Greeks burying their dead in the N position the same way they where born, giving words
ΝΕΚΡΟΣ (=dead), ΝΑΡΚΗ (=lethargy, hibernation)
, ΝΑΟΣ (=church). Using dried nerves as arrows and to throw an arrow give a NNNNN sound, words ΝΕΒΡΟΣ (=nerve).

NOAH=ΝΩΕ (=I observe I understand the broad area (ocean) that I live in, and I move on, navigate, Ναύς (=sailor).

Burying the dead the same position as the newborn, the position of  N
(perhaps believed in rebirth)  

Words:

ΝΕΚΡΟΣ (Naecrόs)=dead
ΝΗΠΙΟΝ (Nipion)=newborn baby
NEO
(=new)

Code meaning:
ΝΑΙΩ (reside), NEO(=new)

Meaningful extensions:
ΝΟΜΟΣ (=LAW), ΝΟΥΣ=MIND,
ΝΕΚΥΣ (ΝΕΚΡΟΣ)(=DEAD)


Tips for pronouncing those letters which are pronounced differently from the equivalent English letters.

upper case

lower case

Ν

ν= n

Ν,ν - (Νύ - N)

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"new" - "nut" - "navy"

  "next" - "night
"

Every European country is using today at least 5.000 ancient Greek words used as seedlings to create other new words, the English are using  8.000 words, plus other European and non European countries. 
Below is some examples in English.
 
Ναρκάω (narcao)=narcoses, narcohypnosis, narcoanalysis, narcodiagnosis  
Ναύτης (naftis)=nautical, nautilus, navy, navigator, navigate  
Νεκρός (necros)=necrosis, necropsy, etc -- Νέκταρ (nectar)=nectar
Νέος (neos)=new, newcomer, news, newsboy, newborn, newdeal, etc, etc.
Νεύρον (nevron)=nerve, neuralgia, neuritis, nervous, neurosis, etc, etc
Νεφέλη (nefeli)=nepheloid, nepheloscope, nepheloma, etc 
Νοστεύω (nostevo)=nostalgia--Νούσος (noussos)=nossos, nosology
Νύμφη (nymphi)=nymph, nymphomania
Νύξ (nyx)=night, nightclub, nightfall, nighthawk, nightmare, nocturnal, nightly 
 
From the book: ΛΕΞΙΚΟΝ ΔΙΕΘΝΩΝ ΛΕΞΕΩΝ ΤΟΥ ΟΜΗΡΟΥ - DICTIONARY OF
INTERNATIONAL HOMERIC WORDS - 
ΚΟΣΤΑΣ ΔΟΥΚΑΣ Εκδόσεις Γεωργιάδη Σόλωνος 114 Αθήναι

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