What is Koine Greek
Part of speech: noun, (Female)Other spellings:
- Koi | ne, Plural: Koi | nai
- IPA: [kɔɪ̯ˈneː]
- 1) Linguistics: Name for a common language that developed in ancient Greece in pre-Christian times and was preserved until Roman times
- 2) Linguistics: Term for a language that has emerged as the standard language in an area characterized by dialects
- from greek: κοινῇ (διάλεκτος) (koiné (diálektos)) = "communal (e language)" borrowed; to the adjective: κοινός (koinós) = "Formed together"
- 2) Standard language
- 1) Ancient Greek, language
- 2) language
- 1) With Koine is meant a common language that developed in Greece at the time of Hellenism.
- 2) Standard German can be used as one Koine which has established itself as the standard language in the German-speaking area.
- 2) “We must admit that the Bavarian also appears in manifold manifestations; but at the expense of local dialects, a certain one has developed Koine worked out. "
- 2) “In the time of Hellenism, Greek was the common language that Koine the area of interaction at that time that made up the cultural world in the Mediterranean area. "
- Nominative: singular Koine; Plural Koinai
- Genitive: singular Koine; Plural Koinai
- Dative: singular Koine; Plural Koinai
- Accusative: singular Koine; Plural Koinai
- English: 1) Koine, Koine Greek
- Greek (new): 1) κοινή (ellinistikí kiní) (Female); 2) κοινή (kiní) (Female)
- Norwegian: koiné
- Swedish: koine
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Monday morning is Helmut Koiner set off for Berlin with two friends from Turnauer Hauptplatz - by tractor.“
Kleine Zeitung, July 15, 2019
„The common ancient Greek language Koine was created by mixing the individual Greek dialects.“
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Entries from our dictionary containing "Koine":
ψυχή:… IPA: ancient Greek (classic): [pʰsʉːkʰɛː́], plural: [pʰsʉːkʰa͜ɪ́] IPA: Koine: [pʰsyːˈcʰeː], plural: [pʰsyːˈcʰɛː] IPA: Byzantine: [psyˈçi]…
μῆνις:… Μή | νιες, μή | νι | δες Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: Ancient Greek: [mɛ́ː̀niːs], Koine: [mˈeːniːs], Byzantine: [mˈinis] Word meaning / Definition: 1) mostly ...
Septuagint: ... Theology: the oldest and most important translation of the Bible into ancient Greek (Koine) from the Hebrew original; originated from about 250 BC to 100 AD ...
Gospel of Luke: "The Gospel of Luke, like all writings of the New Testament, is written in the common Greek language of the time, the Koine."
Koinai: Part of Speech: Declined Form Syllabification: Koi | nai Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [kɔɪ̯ˈnaɪ̯] Grammatical features: Nominative plural of the noun Koine Genitive plural of the noun Koine Dative plural of the noun Koine Accusative plural of the noun Koine
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