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).

«» =ph=f

Φ: The lanternto hold and carry fire and light. Symbol Φ had many replacements with symbol Π (=ph), the dictionary H. Liddell & R. Scot, write, in many Greek dialects symbol Φ, has changed to π - Β and Θ.

In sound, to start a fire we need to puff ΦΟΥ (=phou), to blow off a candle we φού=phou.
Words begining with «Φ» φωτιά =fire, Φάρος =light house, Φώς =light, φανάρι =lantern, φότο =photo, etc.    

Apollo god of light worshiped by the Greeks for the gift of brightness from the sun giving them the opportunity to examine things of nature and other.
Paleolithic Greek of the rocky mountains, striking two flint-stones together, to emit sparkle and to start up fire using dry straw or tinder.

In Greek «Theogony» (the origin or genealogy of the gods) Prometheus father of the Greeks he stole the fire* from Zeus and give it to humans. «Αλλά μιν εξαπάτησεν εύς πάις Ιαπετοίο κλέψας ακαμάτοιο πυρός τηλέσκοπον αυγήν εν κοίλω νάρθηκι».

(fire to the mind= the inspiration of technology)

Related words from your lungs mouth and lips =phou =φού:
ΦΑΩ=φωτίζω, φέγγω (=I give light), ΦΩΝΗ (=voice, call), ΦΥΓΗ (=escape, flight, exodus), ΦΕΡΩ (=bring).

Φ in Phoenician described as Qoph=monkey, because when they adopted this symbol from the Greeks they didn't know the meaning of it, this symbol emits Φώς=light. The meaning of ΦΩΣ= Φ=is the source of light, Ω=οο space within bigger space the universe, Σ= continuously.

ωτιά =fire,άρος=lighthouse, ανός=roof-light, ανάρι=lantern, εγγάρι=moon


The difference between Φ and F:
Symbol F also  used in early Greece, named digamma (=double-gama  Γ- Γ one on top of the other) and was pronounced between the F and the V, Fοίνος= Οίνος=(vinum, Vino (Ital.+Span.), Vin (Fr.), Wein (Ger.), Wine (Eng.)

F was abandoned from the Greek Alphabet)


Code meaning:

Meaningful extensions:
ΦΑΩ=φωτίζω, φέγγω, (=I give light)
ΦΕΡΩ (=bring)

upper case

lower case



Φ,φ - (Φί - Fe)

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 "fox" - "photo" - "fish"

 "fire" - "fast" - "food" -


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.


Φαίνω (phaeno)= phenomenon, phenomenal, phantom, fantasy

Φάλαγξ (phalanx)=phalanx, phalanges--Φάρος (pharos=lighthouse)=pharos 

Φάος (phaos)=photo, photosynthesis, photopia, photography, photolysis, etc  

Φάρμακον (pharmacon)=pharmaceutical, pharmacist, pharmacology

Φάρυνξ (pharynx)=pharynx, pharingology--Φήμη (pheimy)=fame, famous 

Φέρω (fero)=phor, differ, different, deferment, inference, reference, infer, etc   

Φθόγγος (phthongos)=diphthong--Φλέγω (phlaego)=flame, flammable

Φίλος (philos)=philanthropy, philological, philosopher, philately, philozoic  

Φλέγμα (phlegma)=phlegmon, phlegmatic, phlegm

Φλέψ (phleps)=phlebitis, phleborrhagia, phlebostenosis, phlebology

Φόβος (phovos)=phobia, many many phobias -- Φολκός (folcos)=false, falsity

Φοίνιξ (phinix=purple color)=phenix, Phoenix -- Φυγή (phygei)=fugitive, fugue 

Φράζω (phrazo)=phrase, periphrasis, phraseology, periphrasis   

Φρήν (phrein)=phrenetic, phrenology, phrenasthenia 

Φρήτρη (fritri)=brother, brotherhood, fraternal -- Φρήξ (frix)=horror, horrible

Φύλλον (phyllon)=phyllod, phyllome, phylloid, phylloxera, phyllophagus

Φύσις (physis)=physic, physical, physician, physiology, physicist  

Φωνή (phoni)=phone, phonics, phonograph, phonometer, microphone