What does Mwraki Mou mean



  1. 09-03-2007, 12:25 PM # 1
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    A greek problem !!

    Yia sou all !!

    I have aBGreek friend (who i like a lot). He lives in the U.S. (i used to live there and we had something ...) but now i live in México and we see each other every six months ...

    The thing is i don't know if he likes me ... he sends me messages saying things like "mou leipeis mwraki mou" or "ti kanis koukla mou" "pou ise kwrona mou" and other stuff ... and i would like some greek people (or people who know greeks well) to tell me (from their particular point of view) if you think he likes me or if he is just playing with me or trying to be nice ...

    Sorry to bother you with my personal life but i really like him, actually i stared learning greek, and i love this site cuz im hoping songs will help me learn faster ....

    Also it would be nice if somebody could teach me nice lines in greek to tell him in a textmessage or something hehe (i want to impress him with my greek hehe)

    Thanks in advance

    Filakia polla !!

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  3. 09-03-2007 02:51 PM # 3
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    Thanks so much YpNos !!

    Im actually from M & # 233; xico but i spnet two years in america learning english anhd thats when i met him ... His name is Dimitrios by the way ...
    We had kind of relationship for a while but not a serious one cuz we knew i was comming back to M & # 233; xico ... but everytime we see each other its like we've never been apart ... i don't know if you understand what i mean ...

    For example yesterday he sent me a message saying mou leipeis kaula mou ... im not sure of what that means ... anyway ... he also said filakia pantou mwraki mou ... and i thought whaaaaaaaaat hehehehe

    So i don & # 180; t know what to think ... i didn & # 180; t reply the message cuz i have no idea what to say or how to act hehe ... i need advice !!

    I hope me and you can be friends and you can help me !! And of course if you need any help im willing to do as much as i can hehe ... i speak spanish in case you need any translation or something !!

    Efxaristo !!

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    It's great that you speak spanish ... & # 191; Qu & # 233; significan kaula mou y filakia pantou exactamente?

    How can i say how are you sweety or Whats new honey?

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    Originally Posted by olga24
    Thanks so much YpNos !!

    Im actually from México but i spnet two years in america learning english anhd thats when i met him ... His name is Dimitrios by the way ...
    We had kind of relationship for a while but not a serious one cuz we knew i was comming back to México ... but everytime we see each other its like we've never been apart ... i don't know if you understand what i mean ...

    For example yesterday he sent me a message saying mou leipeis kaula mou ... im not sure of what that means ... anyway ... he also said filakia pantou mwraki mou ... and i thought whaaaaaaaaat hehehehe

    So i don´t know what to think ... i didn´t reply the message cuz i have no idea what to say or how to act hehe ... i need advice !!

    I hope me and you can be friends and you can help me !! And of course if you need any help im willing to do as much as i can hehe ... i speak spanish in case you need any translation or something !!

    Efxaristo !!
    My oh my ... First of all nice to meet you. Back to the issue, "mou leipeis kavla mou" means that uhm well, he misses you and he thinks you are very hot (kavla = slang for a woman that causes erection to a man, a sexy woman). "Filakia pantou moraki mou" means that he sends you kisses all over (all over yes!) And he considers you again his baby (moraki mou).

    So once again, the choice is yours. Now that you know, you will decide how to act / react and what to say or imply.

    He is one horny man alright hehe. Typical Mediterranean us

    As Maria suggested, think what you wish to write to him, and I am sure someone will help you with pleasure.

    Originally Posted by olga24
    How can i say how are you sweety or Whats new honey?
    As for that,

    How are you sweety? = Ti kaneis glyke mou?
    Whats new honey? = Poia einai ta nea sou omorfe?

    The translations are not exact from English but he will get the meaning .. Good thing about Greek is that you can say one and the same thing with over 1000 ways.

    (I have the same name btw, Dimitrios!)

  7. 09-03-2007, 08:38 PM # 7
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    Oh my God ... i cant believe he wrote that to me ..
    You are right i think he is a horney man ...
    Thanks for the translations ... i & # 180; ve noticed in greek there are "hilia" ways to say the same thing !!!!
    I'll keep asking for some more ...

    Efxaristo poli Dimitraki !! (if it doesn & # 180; t bother you that i call you Dimitraki hehe)
    kali nixta

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  9. 09-04-2007, 06:14 AM # 9
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    Originally Posted by panselinos
    Olga, these are things I hear every day, but ... I have a ring on my finger, so I wouldn't know.
    From who?


    And Olga no problem at all My pleasure.

    I'll give you a bonus. Learn how to count to 1000 with just 3 words,
    "Ματια, μυτη, Χειλια!"
    matia, miti, xilia
    (eyes, nose, lips)
    Just a game we used to play when we were kids lol.

    Χειλια = lips
    Χιλια = 1000 (1 thousand)

    1000 ways indeed

    -d
    "Τα αλλοπαρμένα αγγελούδια μου κοίτα
    πως ξεμυτάνε απ ’του ουρανού τα λημέρια
    Κι όλοι το ξέρουν πως
    απόψε θα έχουμε μια όμορφη νύχτα
    κι αύριο θα είναι μια καλύτερη μέρα .. "

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  12. 09-04-2007, 02:27 PM # 12
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    Tell me about it, Tzina. : /
    Not that my language is refined, exquisite and decent, not at all, but ... Eleos!
    (Here Ypnos would come and say "βρίζεις σαν λιμενεργάτης, μωρό μου", but that's a whole different story. )

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    So you know him after all. Μπράβο σου.

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    "Ματια, μυτη, Χειλια!"
    matia, miti, xilia
    (eyes, nose, lips)

    Hey dimitraki ... sorry for being dumb but i didn't understand this ... i got the part that lips and 1000 are almost the same ... but what do matia and miti have to do with counting to ten ??? hehehe

    filakia

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