Common misspellings for Greeks:

egreegious, greeces, agregous, greak, garagehas, garageis, grees, goreguess, goregeous, gereras, goregues, greese, graghics, crakes, dereks, grecko, gerogeous, creekers, greec, greifs, wreeks, creigs, goreges, gradkos, greec's, gregs, greeds, grages, gregery, greesy, geres, grgeous, greeek, greecks, grogeouis, greggs, goregous, creekside, greezy, freakes, greks, grahics, preks, gererous, freeks, sreaks, greeck, goregouse, creakes, goreguse, goregus, gracas, green''s, grogeous, girlks, creckers, crokes, greek's, greeves, greeze, greses, agregious, preaks, geeks', frekes, goregeos, gruges, greece, geeks, grenes, gerjous, gorecous, greek, greeec, greeks, greeens, gureess, gurgkes, yreeks, geeeks, gdeeks, gfeeks, gteeks, g5eeks, g4eeks, grweks, grseks, grdeks, grreks, gr4eks, gr3eks, gresks, gredks, grerks, gre4ks, gre3ks, greeis, greeka, greekz, greekx, greekd, greekw, fgreeks, gfreeks, vgreeks, gvreeks, bgreeks, gbreeks, hgreeks, ghreeks, ygreeks, gyreeks, tgreeks, gtreeks, gereeks, greeeks, gdreeks, grdeeks, grfeeks, grteeks, g5reeks, gr5eeks, g4reeks, gr4eeks, grweeks, greweks, grseeks, greseks, gredeks, grreeks, grereks, gre4eks, gr3eeks, gre3eks, greewks, greesks, greedks, greerks, gree4ks, gree3ks, greejks, greekjs, greemks, greekms, greelks, greekls, greeoks, greekos, greeiks, greekas, greeksa, greekzs, greeksz, greekxs, greeksx, greekds, greeksd, greekse, greekws, greeksw, rgeeks, gereks, grekes, ggreeks, greekks, oreeks, G2eeks, Gbeeks, Gzeeks, Gveeks, Gpeeks, Gseeks, Grueks, Grmeks, Graeks, Grgeks, Greuks, Gremks, Greek3, Greekc, Greekq, Greekr, gwreaks, g reeks, gr eeks, gre eks, gree ks, greek s.

Usage examples for Greeks

  1. We find no such instances among the Romans or the Greeks, not even in their poets.  A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 5 (of 10) From "The Works of Voltaire - A Contemporary Version" by François-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire) Commentator: John Morley Tobias Smollett H.G. Leigh
  2. Whether the Chinese got this story from the Greeks, or the Greeks got it from the Chinese, I do not pretend to know.  China and the Chinese by Herbert Allen Giles
  3. It is true that man in some ancestral form was rocked in the cradle of the deep; he rose from the waves as the islanded Greeks said of near Venus.  Bride of the Mistletoe by James Lane Allen
  4. To the trouble with the Greeks we have already referred.  The Life of Sir Richard Burton by Thomas Wright