Question by  Pete (25)

How do you say "God bless" in Greek?


Answer by  michaeledwardhourigan (462)

The English phrase "God bless" is written in Greek as "Ο Θεός να ευλογεί." The romanization of this is "O Theós na eylogeí." This is the historically respectful translation. "Theos" means God. "eylogei" means bless. So the shortened modern style, or slang of the translation would be simply "Theos eylogei".


Answer by  CElena (87)

That is not an expression, it's a contextual translation. Here it is: "Ο Θεός να ευλογεί". It is not used in the same context as the English expression, meaning when a person sneezes and gets this from the people that are present at that particular time. In Greek, it's actually a blessing.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

Theos Elogei is God Bless. To say God Bless You add the word "sas", Theos elogei sas. Theos na enai mazi sas is God be with you, and Go with God is Pegaine me to Theo, while God help me is Thee mou voithise.

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