greek in ogre downstairs

Philip.Belben at Philip.Belben at
Mon Apr 29 04:46:35 EDT 2002

> p.180 - 1    Hit me on the lid again and see what you get!
>       - 2    Think you can hit fellows on the head, do you?
>       - 3    These kids tried to thump me, fellows!
> p.181 - 1    Okay, let's take both of them apart a bit.
>       - 2    Let me at them.
>       - 3    Full of spirit, aren't they?
>       - 4    Let's go, fellows.
> It's easy enough to translate if you have a greek/english alphabet
> list, and bear in mind that it appears to be phonetically-spelled
> Cockney!  (I've dispensed with the Cockney in the above!)

Cockney?  Are you thinking of dropped aitches?  I think - though I can never
remember which aspiration mark is which - that the initial H is actually marked
on the appropriate vowels...


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