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Name days are commonly celebrated in many countries in Europe and Latin America, including, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Spain and Latin America. Because "Nicholas," and its variants, is a popular name, many name day celebrations are on St. Nicholas Day.What are the names of the week in the Greek language?
There is a clear definition: the Greek week εβδομαδα (ebdomada) stands for a period or chain of seven days ("sevenness"), but the Sabbath stands for a very specific and single day, namely the last day of the biblical or Jewish week from Friday evening to Saturday evening after sunset.What are some common Greek names?
Some common Greek family names include Antoniou, Papadopoulos and Dimitriou. Greek names are common both in Greece and in the Greek diaspora found all over the world. Antoniou means "son of Antonios," and is a Greek variant of the English name Anthony.What are the Greek days of the week?
The Naming of the Days. The Greeks named the days week after the sun, the moon and the five known planets, which were in turn named after the gods Ares, Hermes, Zeus, Aphrodite, and Cronus. The Greeks called the days of the week the Theon hemerai "days of the Gods".