Common misspellings for greek:
gryrock, creeky, greak, creeek, greee, greeet, grees, keroke, dreek, grce, dagrk, kosrecka, kareoki, crrek, greeve, grrew, grecko, greey, greww, greec, gree, skriek, greely, gerage, gerhrig, greaer, gresh, garege, greul, greel, greec's, greef, kareoke, greig, georege, grecee, gregoer, gregery, croke, greeek, greqat, greety, grek, greecks, bereak, grafick, creck, qweek, greena, greezy, kareokie, breeak, wqeek, gereal, corege, cruek, wreek, grage, graco, freeky, gregoy, greeg, grece, correvc, greag, gorege, kruje, yokrk, greif, curege, greeck, pegracke, greaqt, garee, freek, karoke, geeric, greelee, karreoke, korrekt, gragae, breke, krigermeier, breek, crewneck, greem, geberak, greff, kerigermeier, arrowcreek, greek's, rereg, greeze, kreig, gruge, grene, greaf, greige, greett, grese, goregia, gerel, carefuk, agreeg, greatky, clrek, 3green, greeway, greeno, greeb, greece, crekk, gegko, geeky, groege, greek, greeec, greed2, greeks, greenn, grreen, kaoroke, kreuger, qewrqwer, werek, wreke, hreek, yreek, treek, g5eek, grwek, grsek, grdek, grrek, gr4ek, gr3ek, grewk, gresk, gredk, grerk, gre4k, gre3k, greej, greeo, greei, fgreek, gfreek, vgreek, gvreek, bgreek, gbreek, hgreek, ghreek, ygreek, gyreek, tgreek, gtreek, gereek, gdreek, grdeek, grfeek, grteek, g5reek, gr5eek, g4reek, gr4eek, grweek, grewek, grseek, gresek, gredek, grreek, grerek, gre4ek, gr3eek, gre3ek, greewk, greesk, greedk, greerk, gree4k, gree3k, greejk, greekj, greemk, greekm, greelk, greekl, greeok, greeko, greeik, greeki, rgeek, greke, ggreek, greekk, oreek, ereek, g2eek, gzeek, gpeek, gruek, grmek, graek, grgek, greuk, gremk, gregk, gwreak, g reek, gr eek, gre ek, gree k.
Definition of greek:
- Of or pertaining to Greece or the Greeks; Grecian.
- Found only in the New Testament, where a distinction is observed between " Greek" and " Grecian" ( q.v.). The former is ( 1) a Greek by race ( Acts 16:1-3 ; 18:17 ; Romans 1:14 ), or ( 2) a Gentile as opposed to a Jew ( Romans 2:9 Romans 2:10 ). The latter, meaning properly " one who speaks Greek," is a foreign Jew opposed to a home Jew who dwelt in Palestine. The word " Grecians" in Acts 11:20 should be " Greeks," denoting the heathen Greeks of that city, as rendered in the Revised Version according to the reading of the best manuscripts (" Hellenes").
- the Hellenic branch of the Indo- European family of languages
- A native, or one of the people, of Greece; a Grecian; also, the language of Greece.
- A swindler; a knave; a cheat.
- Something unintelligible; as, it was all to me.
- A native of Greece; the language of ancient and modern Greece.
- A Grecian: the language of Greece: ( B.) a Greek by race, or more frequently a gentile as opposed to a Jew.
- A native, or the language, of Greece.
- One of the people of Greece; the Greek language.
- A native of Greece; the language of Greece. Greek orders, the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian Orders.
- A native of Greece; the language; in familar language, something unintelligible.
- of or relating to or characteristic of Greece or the Greeks; " Greek mythology"; " a grecian robe"
- Something unintelligible; as, it was all Greek to me.
- Pertaining to Greece.
- Pertaining to Greece or the Greeks; Grecian.
- Pert. to Greece.