New Greek

noun
the Greek language as spoken and written today
Syn: ↑Modern Greek
Hypernyms: ↑Greek, ↑Hellenic, ↑Hellenic language
Hyponyms: ↑Romaic, ↑Demotic, ↑Katharevusa

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noun
Usage: capitalized N&G
: Greek as used by the Greeks for literature and for speech since the end of the medieval period — compare greek, late greek, middle greek

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New Greek,
the Greek language as used in modern times, especially after 1500; Modern Greek.

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