Agapeton
beloved son (Gr.)
andarte
WW2 resistance fighter (Gr.)
Apokrea
carnival in last week before Lent (Gr.)
aspettami
wait for me (It.)
bella fanciulla
beautiful girl (It.)
bombardier
artillery NCO
caracole
horse's half-turn to right or left
Duce
Leader (Mussolini) (It.)
elephtheria
liberty (Gr.)
Enosis
political union [with the mainland] (Gr.)
fatigues
non-military duties in army, often a punishment
francs-tireurs
guerrillas who fight outside the laws of war
Iatre
Doctor (Gr.)
iconostasis
screen between nave and altar in Orthodox church that bears icons
Kalimera
Good morning
Kalispera
Good evening
kapheneion
coffee shop or bar (Gr.)
kleftico
lamb slow roasted in wine and tomato sauce (Gr.)
kokkinelli
dry red wine (Gr.)
kokoretsi
Easter dish of seasoned goat or lamb offal (Gr.)
koritsimou
my girl (Gr.)
Kyria
respectful term of address for a woman (Gr.)
marten
weasel-like carnivore
omosessuale
homosexual (It.)
paidia
education (Gr.)
Panegyri
annual Greek festival
panettone
Milanese sweet bread associated with Christmas (It.)
passeggiata
evening walk (It.)
Patir
Father [priest] (Gr.)
pizzicato
plucking strings with finger on e.g. a violin
plectrum
thin, flat tool used to pluck a string
puttana
whore, bitch (It.)
puttee
long strip of cloth wound round ankle and calf
Robola
dry white wine (Gr.)
salicylic acid
a fungicide
sordo
mute (It.)
Tesoro mio
My Treasure (It.)
vasilopeta
New Year's Day cake (Gr.)
vengo
I'm coming (It.)
Venizelists
anti-monarchist followers of Eleftherios Venizelos