Katharevousa
or Katharevusa noun Etymology: New Greek kathareuousa, from Greek, feminine of kathareuōn, present participle of kathareuein to be pure, from katharos pure Date: 1936 modern Greek conforming to classic Greek usage

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  • Katharevousa — (Καθαρεύουσα) Projektautor Adamantios Korais Linguistische Klassifikation Konstruierte Sprache Kunstsprache Griechische Sprache Katharevousa …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Katharevousa — ( el. Καθαρεύουσα, IPA all|kaθaˈɾe̞vusa, lit. the purified one ), is a form of the Greek language conceived in the early 19th century by Greek intellectual and revolutionary leader Adamantios Korais (1748–1833). A graduate of the University of… …   Wikipedia

  • Katharevousa — Katharévousa Histoire de la langue grecque (voir aussi : alphabet grec) Proto grec (vers 2000 av. J. C.) Mycénien (vers 1600–1100 av. J. C.) Grec ancien (vers 800–300 av. J. C.) Dialectes : éolien, arcado cypriote, Ionien attique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Katharévousa — Katharévousa, kazarévusa o cazarévusa[1] (en griego: καθαρεύουσα , [kaθa ɾɛvusa], literalmente «lengua pura») es una variante culta y arcaizante del griego moderno.[2] La katharévousa se concibió en el siglo XIX como un intento de «purificar» la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • katharevousa — [kä΄thä rev′o͞o sä΄] n. 〚ModGr, lit., being pure〛 the form of Modern Greek that conforms to classical Greek usage * * * …   Universalium

  • katharevousa — [kä΄thä rev′o͞o sä΄] n. [ModGr, lit., being pure] the form of Modern Greek that conforms to classical Greek usage …   English World dictionary

  • Katharévousa — Histoire de la langue grecque (voir aussi : alphabet grec) Proto grec (vers 2000 av. J. C.) Mycénien (vers 1600 1100 av. J. C.) Grec ancien (vers 800 300 av. J. C.) Dialectes : éolien  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • katharévousa — см. демотика …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • Katharevousa — noun A learned, archaising form of Modern Greek, the artificial Greek language based on Classical Greek, used for formal and official purposes, primarily written but not used for conversation. Legally displaced in 1976 by Demotic Greek. See Also …   Wiktionary

  • katharevousa — [ˌkaθə rɛvu:sə] noun a heavily archaized form of modern Greek used in traditional literary writing. Compare with demotic. Origin mod. Gk, lit. purified …   English new terms dictionary

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