Cypriot love poem

Η οσιά σου στον καθρέπτην

εν το καλύτερο μου ποιήμαν

βιάστου έν πα τζέ χαεί

εν το τελευταίο μου αγαπό σέ

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Translated into Cypriot by Rita

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Η οσιά σου στον καθρέπτην  εν το καλύτερο μου ποιήμαν  βιάστου έν πα τζέ χαεί  εν το τελευταίο μου αγαπό σέTurn
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Cypriot language

Cypriot Greek poem (Cyprus), the Greek version for the inhabitants of Cyprus island. The Greek dialect (koinè) of Cypriot, is spoken by 0.6 million people!

Piece of history

Related to the Pamphylian and the Arcadian, the Cypriot was probably brought from the Peloponnese in the Dorian invasions time. It is indeed very close to the ancient Mycenaean. Cyprus is a member of the European community and is divided into two communities: the Turks in the northeast and the Greeks in the south-west.
Neighboring languages
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