Translation for 'koine' from English to Russian
NOUN   a koine | koines
SYNO interlanguage | koine | lingua franca
койне {с} [нескл.]
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Translation for 'koine' from English to Russian

койне {с} [нескл.]линг.
Usage Examples English
  • Singer Davide Van De Sfroos uses a diluted koine inspired by the Laghée dialect as his preferred language for lyrics.
  • The Athenian politician Andocides advised his fellow citizens in a speech for the acceptance of a settlement which he called "koine eirene".
  • Hilalian dialects, on which the modern koine is based, often use regular plural while the wider use of the broken plural is characteristic to pre-Hilalian dialects.
  • Both koine and modern forms and transliterations (including polytonic spellings) are listed if available. This list is incomplete, and some items in the list lack academic detail.
  • He also believes that the Romani language originates in a koine language, which he calls "Rajputic," between the many Indian languages spoken by the prisoners of war.

  • It is one of the components of the Martu Wangka koine.
  • The term "Jewish Koine" is to be distinguished from the concept of a "Jewish koine" as a literary-religious, not a linguistic concept.
  • They spoke Achaean Doric Greek, a dialect of Doric Greek. In Hellenistic times, an Achaean Doric koine developed which was eventually replaced by the Attic-based Koine Greek in the 2nd century BCE.
  • Gustav Adolf Deissmann (7 November 1866 – 5 April 1937) was a German Protestant theologian, best known for his leading work on the Greek language used in the New Testament, which he showed was the "koine", or commonly used tongue of the Hellenistic world of that time.
  • Eonothem derives from eon, “age”, a Latin transliteration from the koine Greek word [...] ("ho aion") from the archaic [...] ("aiwon"), and thema, "that which is placed or laid down", "subject of a discourse".

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