According to Plato and Aristotle each letter-character have meanings of
«sounds, visuals, human behaviour, and weather conditions»,
and every character have an symbolic meaning.


Α  Β  Γ  Δ  Ε  Ζ  Η  Θ  Ι  Κ  Λ  Μ  Ν  Ξ  Ο  Π  Ρ  Σ  Τ  Υ  Φ  Χ  Ψ  Ω


Archaeological findings of Greek writing in northern Greece have been discovered,
estimating an age of 11.000 years old.



Greek  Archaic similar Ionic Alphabet, long before the Phoenicians claim the originality of the alphabet.
Another proof that the Alphabet is Hellenic.

Evidence for the origins of the Greek Alphabet


Phoenicians sea-going traders, and merchants adopting the Greek Alphabet, and introducing it to the Mediterranean countries, giving the impression that the Alphabet was Phoenician, for this responsible was Greek historian Herodotus, confusing «recent Cadmus (=Κάδμος)»  with the older Cadmus, who appeared the same era with Zeus, as we read in the Greek historian Hesiodus in «Theogony» (lines 937,975,978) and in Homer's  (Odyssey E. 299-333-335).


Carving findings on ceramic in Crete also using symbol, Γ + Γ = with a separation. Symbol E is representing ΕΡΓΑΣΙΑ (=WORK), Ergonomist, Ergonomic, and the word (Εγώ = Με) egoist, egoism, = selfish). proving a man's ability towards his actions and skill (therefore letter E represents also man in action).

EGO (ME- I) Ε=man Γ=draw a line around me Ω=placing my self in the center of the world   

The stone age Greek herdsman yelling to his animals Aaε!! Aaε!! = scaring voice, and calling Έλ, (El)  Έλα - (Ela) = come, come, they name them selves, Έλλοπες (hellopeas),  Έλλοψ, Σελλός (τΣέλιγκας), Ελ-λας (hEl-las) - Λας = bright man, Stone-carving technicians  Έλληνες (Hellenes). Related words, Ελαύνης - ωθής (you push), «Ελελίζω» φοβίζω (I cause scare),
(Ελάφι (reindeer) (=scared animal) = φοβισμένο ζώο). «ελλοχηστής» (ενέδρα) = ambushing), etc.



The elaboration of skin for foot and body ware, and also wool for dressing was the main domestic occupation that led the idea of merchandising their products to other communities.


Greeks never call themselves GREEKS (= ΓΡΑΙΚΟΣ), but «Έλληνες (Hellenes)»   we can analyze and decode the abbreviated meaning of each symbol character of the word «ΓΡΑΙΚΟΣ»(=GREEK).

Paleolithic and Ancient Greeks had many names:
Pelasgi=pelages(near the sea), hElopes (herdsmen), Sellee, finally Hellas.

Locally flaw names of short period:
Leleges, Locros, Grekos (Greek).  

The name Grajus =(Greek) was given by the Romans after they concurred Hellas.


Code meaning:
«Ε!» calling, redirecting, pushing, haul back

Meaningful extensions:
any human activity or work.


Tips for pronouncing those letters which are pronounced differently from the equivalent English letters

upper case

lower case



Ε,ε - (Έψιλον-Epsilon)  (short)


"end" - "bend" - "get"

"bead" - "send" - "red"

Every European country is using today at least 5.000 ancient Greek words used as seedlings to create other new words, the English are using  8.000 words, plus other European and non European countries. 
Below is some examples in English.


Έβδομος (hevdomos)=heptachord, heptahedron  

Εγκέφαλος (enguefalos)=encephalitis, encephalogram, encephalotomy, etc

Εγκλίνω (enclino)=inclination, incline--Εγώ (ego)=egoist, egocentric, etc 

Έδρη (edri)=cathedra, cathedral--Έθνος (ethnos)=ethnic, ethnarch, etc

Έθος (ethos)=ethic, ethology, ethological-Είδωλον (idolon)=idol, idolater

Είκελος (ikelos)=equal, equator, equalize--Έκαστος (ekastos)=each

Έκ (ek=ex)=excavate, exodus, exchange, exoteric, exorcism, etc, etc  

Ελαίη (elei)=olive-Έλαιον (eleon)=oil--Έλιξ (elix)=helix, helicopter

Έμβρυον (emvrion)=embryo, embryology, embryography, embryo scope

Έλκος (elcos)=ulcer, ulceration--Εμός (emos)=mine--Εννέα (enea)=nine

Επί (epi)=episode, epiphany, epitaph, epilepsy, epidermis, epiglottis, etc, etc

Επιδήμιος (epidimios)=epidemic, epidemy, epidemiology 

Επιμίξ (epimix)=mix, mixed--Έπος (epos)=epic, epoch

Επώνυμος (eponymos)=eponym--Έραμαι (eramae)=Eros, eroticism, etc 

Ερεείνω (ereϊno)=interrogate--Ερπετον (erpeton)=serpent  

Εσθής (esthis)=vest, investigate--Έτυμος (etymos)=etymology, etymologist

Έτερος (eteros)=heterogametic, heteroerotic, heterogeneous, many more 

Έυ (ef)=euesthesia, euge, eugenics, eukinesia, eucarist, eulogia, euphoria  

Ευαγγέλιον (evangelion)=evangel, evangelical

Ευγενής (evgenis)=eugenics--Ευρώπη (Evropi)=Europa, Europe 

Εφέστιος (efestios)=festival, festive