by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 6:47 pm, Post Ancient Greeks, of course, knew how to pronounce their own words. Learn ALL Greek Alphabet in 40 minutes - How to Write and Read Greek - Duration: 41:12. Example: typ… The only glitch that I found was that I cannot place a rough breathing mark with an uppercase "Ρ" which some words need, though it does place a rough breathing mark on the lowercase "ρ." The mark used to indicate the occurrence of the sound: ῾ . Example: typing q produces θ. The rough breathing shows that the vowel is aspirated, i.e. Right-click the word or phrase you want to copy. ; After that, select Greek under Languages and click Set as default. Final question! Example: typing w produces ω. Click Copyin the right pane of the Context menu. Example: typing u produces θ. Please note: when you click the "Add" button, you will see two lists; in the upper one you select just "Greek", and then at the other list you select the keyboard layout as "Polytonic". I really did try googling it... . • The Greek keyboard is represented by EL. F or Trans literation s witch on C aps L ock. The rough breathing (῾) indicates the presence of the /h/ sound before a letter, while the smooth breathing (᾿) indicates the absence of /h/. A second major variation is that breathing marks, accents, and other diacriticals exist in two forms: one for use with narrow characters and one for use with wide characters. For Unicode Greek fonts and keyboards, see the links page . ; Under Languages, click Add a language, then type Greek in the search box. by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 6:20 pm, Post Rough breathing: press shift + apostrophe, then the vowel.) You may deactivate the keyboard selector in the Program Settings menu. This system uses the AutoCorrect feature of Microsoft Word 97/2000 to make entering accents and breathing marks easier. The iota subscript may also be combined with any of the above vowels and breathing marks by holding Right Alt+ the above listed key for the desired accent or breathing mark. My standard layout also has polytonic accents, and a bunch of other greek symbols with the altGr modifier, but I don't know if windows is alike. This includes holding Shift for rough breathing marks. If you need an iota subscript in addition to a breathing mark, use Right Alt + “q” for a smooth breathing mark and subscript and Right Alt + Shift + “q” for a rough breathing mark and subscript. • The English keyboard is represented by the letters EN. By playing around I've managed to get a cedilla beneath a vowel - ῳ - but I'm struggling to get a cedilla underneath and another accent above the ω. Click the Start button, then type “Region and Language,” and press Enter. Are you learning Koine Greek, the Greek of the New Testament and most other post-classical Greek texts? Adding diacritical marks: Type the diacritical key(s) given, then the letter you want the accent to attach to. (20x-7Fx, 040-0177), so they should transfer without problem over the Internet. Here is the summary for breathing marks. Thank you so much! 3. Can anyone give me a clue please...? Select the phrase or the form of the word you want to copy in the left pane of the Contextmenu. Add breathing to a ccents with R ight-Alt (plus S hift for rough breathing) . This is just bizarre. SPIonic is a public domain Greek font created by James Adair at Scholars Press I just can't see how to manage certain combinations of accent+breathing mark which are absolutely standard for Polytonic Greek. I really do appreciate your help. You can pick between English, Greek, and Hebrew by clicking the keyboard icon and selecting the desired language. Polytonic Greek uses the oxia forms -- this is where we find not only the above two, but also, the grave accent, the circumflex, and rough and smooth breathing marks. To write in Greek characters, you should click "Add a preferred language" instead. You need to have the SPIonic font installed on your computer for the characters to display properly in the table. Accents and Breathing Marks. 2. There doesn't seem to be any way of doing a smooth breathing without an accompanying accent though; is this right...? by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 5:28 pm, Post by modus.irrealis » Thu May 28, 2009 6:42 pm, Post On the drop-down menu select System Preferences. Unicode is the most current Greek standard, especially for the web. Example: typing r produces ρ. by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 4:05 pm, Post by modus.irrealis » Thu May 28, 2009 6:11 pm, Post I've worked out how to add accents (ά) although am studying Koine Greek from Wenham who avoids accents in his Elements. Sft+; will give you the diaeresis, and sft+;+; will give you both (like: ΐ). Switch to a Greek keyboard layout, and hit « ; » before the vowel, that should place an acute accent above. Monotonic Greek uses the tonos forms, and is limited to the acute accent (´) and the diaeresis (¨). rough breathing (plural rough breathings) The sound equivalent to an initial "h" before a vowel or an "r" in Ancient Greek. Online Greek keyboard to type characters and diacritics of the Ancient Greek alphabet. Click on the keyboard viewer to see which keys produce which letters and accents (Pressing shift changes the contents of the viewer). If a key gives you X + smooth breathing, then shift plus that key gives you X + rough breathing. You can move and manipulate the appearance of the bar if you wish. These have been assigned the remaining keys. keyboard for various combinations of a breathing mark and other diacritics. ; Select Greek. Somebody needs to write this stuff down somewhere! Any ideas...? The above keyboard shows the unshifted marks -- where there's a breathing mark, it's smooth. Greek has two vowel accent forms: oxia (aka: acute) and tonos. David333 wrote:I've changed my keyboard settings to Greek polytonic (on Word 2007 using a Vista computer) which means that I can type in Greek: αβγδ... .I've worked out how to add accents (ά) although am studying Koine Greek from Wenham who avoids accents in his Elements. Add iota s ubs cript (on the top-left key) after the letter. So far, these breathing marks have not been written with the names that you have seen, but now you need to get used to the breathing marks! Stand-alone vowels (e.g., before an uppercase letter at the beginning of a word) may be simulated by typing a non-breaking space (7) followed by the narrow breathing mark/accent combination. The keyboard allows for acute, grave and circumflex accents, with breathing marks … ; In the “system preferences” window that will open, click on the Language & Text icon. here ) to as great an extent as possible, with a few exceptions. When large numbers of foreigners (ξένοι) started learning Greek in antiquity, Greek scholars developed additional symbols to help non-Greeks speak the language. A few letters in Greek have no exact match in English, by sound or appearance. the semi-colon key) , located to the right of the L key on a US keyboard. Learn Greek with GreekPod101.com 380,105 views The Greek Classical keyboard uses an intuitive system where most of the Greek letters are matched to similar English letters, either by sound or appearance. Then hit the vowel of your choice: ἀ, ἐ, ἠ, ἰ, ὀ, ὐ 3 Typing a rough breathing is similar to smooth. Just install the Greek polytonic keyboard from the Windows Control Panel. These additional marks have since remained part of the spelling conventions, or orthography, of each word. See more. Okay, I've been playing. by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 3:10 pm, Post Rough breathing definition, the symbol (ʿ) used in the writing of Greek to indicate aspiration of the initial vowel or of the ρ (rho) over which it is placed. The rough and smooth breathing marks are placed on the [ and ] keys, with the direction of the bracket corresponding to the shape of the breathing mark. that it is preceded by the sound of h, as ἡ-μέ-ρα, day, υἱ-ος, son, Ἑλ-λη-νι-κός, Greek; the smooth breathing shows that the vowel is … SPIonic exists in both Macintosh and Windows versions, both with the same character and keyboard maps. ; Select the Greek Polytonic checkbox. Mac keyboard is identical, but us e O ption … Levels ask you to type English and Greek. It is called a "breathing mark." Thank you! I think that I finally have Mark 9 copied from my Nestle-Aland to my laptop, complete with unlearnt accents and fully memorised breathing marks. Anyway, I can't work out how to add rough or smooth breathing marks to my vowels. Go here to download a zip file of SPIonic. The keyboard selector appears in input boxes where you might want to enter original language characters. Select the Greek flag to switch your keyboard to a Greek Unicode keyboard. But when I open the onscreen keyboard it only shows the option of combining a rough breathing mark with an acute accent. By design, all characters in the font lie between decimal 32 and 127 The Greek Polytonic Unicode keyboard adds polytonic accents to a modern Greek layout. Every vowel or diphthong at the beginning of a word has either the rough breathing (῾) or the smooth breathing ( ᾽) mark. The breathing on ἐστιν is a smooth breathing mark. Reading Greek vocabulary and principal parts. The rough breathing comes from the left-hand half of the letter H. In some archaic Greek alphabets, the letter was used for [] (), and this usage survives in the Latin letter H.In other dialects, it was used for the vowel [] (), and this usage survives in the modern system of writing Ancient Greek, and in Modern Greek.. Usage. Post Some characters are in a different place and may need to be memorized. A few differences may exist among keyboards for some shifted keys (e.g., is " shift-' or shift-2 ? Thank you! I recommend using a Greek keyboard (found in Windows' settings). by modus.irrealis » Thu May 28, 2009 4:33 pm, Post Thus the rough breathing mark is encoded with ‘[’ , and Key for abbreviated codes in our Lexicon Language settings and keyboard are set to polytonic Greek. 10. The most important exception is that upper and lowercase letters have separate code points, unlike the TLG standard which requires an asterisk to indicate an uppercase letter (however, the asterisk is also part of the font). Most Greek letters are in the same place as the equivalent English letters on an English (QWERTY) keyboard. The Scholars Press site is no longer active, and SPIonic was difficult to find, which is why I made the SPIonic font and its documentation available here. NOTE: On keyboards, to get accent marks, use the lowercase (i.e. After the Greek language is installed, you should add the "Greek Polytonic" keyboard (assuming you're learning Ancient Greek). Click Add A Keyboard and add the Greek Polytonic option. This is the same procedure for typing accents in monotonic Greek. Hi Keith, Adding an accent to vowels in your Greek keyboard is simple. Thank you so much! Note: This feature is only available in the Logos desktop application. Also, note that diacriticals that are designed for narrow characters are generally unshifted, whereas the corresponding diacriticals for wide characters are shifted (the stand-alone dieresis, following TLG, is the exception). Smooth breathing, which is what we have here; Rough breathing, which we will see in a minute. Now to exegete it, ↳   Civilization and Culture of the Greeks and Romans, ↳   Koine and Biblical and Medieval Greek. Some accent and breathing combinations have key mappings of their own, and the ... “ rough breathing The Greek letter ν can be typed by sound orappearance. Once you release the appropriate mark, the keys on the keyboard with an orange outline will show those characters that are eligible to take that mark. Click on the apple symbol in the the upper left of tool bar. Nothing will happen. 1. There are two types of breathing marks. I can now do what appears to be a rough breathing if I look very closely at my screen - ἀ. Example: typing v produces ν. by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 3:39 pm, Post • Type the quote key for a smooth breathing o the shift-quote key for a rough breathing. For every single word in Greek that begins with a vowel or a diphthong, there must be a breathing mark.There is either a smooth breathing mark or a rough breathing mark. A second major variation is that breathing marks, accents, and other diacriticals exist in two forms: one for use with narrow characters and one for use with wide characters. To resolve your concern, follow these steps: Step 1: Set the Language. by right-clicking and selecting Paste, or by pressing Cmd+V (Mac) or Ctrl+V(Windows). This keyboard works great to type polytonic Greek on an iPad (very tight and very small keys for iPod and iPhone). The uppercase and lowercase letters are listed first, in alphabetical order, followed by breathing mark and accent combinations, and then by other symbols. Greek Keyboard for Mac operating systems. Anyway, I can't work out how to add rough or smooth breathing marks to my vowels. Example: typing n produces ν. Final sigma (ς) is not automatic. You can also toggle between keyboards by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Space (Windows) or Cmd + Ctrl + Space (Mac). The only accent that is required for "exact word" matches is the rough breathing mark... Accents are entered as in the following table... multiple accents and breathing marks may be entered by adding multiple marks after the appropriate letter. At any time, pressing the Caps Loc… For example, ;a returns ά. Every Greek word that begins with a vowel is going to have a breathing mark. Example: typing u produces υ. 1. by Cilionelle » Fri Aug 21, 2009 3:41 am, Return to “Koine and Biblical and Medieval Greek”, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited. Add s hift for accents above letters in top row. You can work with original language words without having to type at all. 2 To add a smooth breathing hit the apostrophe/quotes key first. The font is designed to follow the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae encoding scheme (see I've changed my keyboard settings to Greek polytonic (on Word 2007 using a Vista computer) which means that I can type in Greek: αβγδ... . In Windows XP go to "Regional and Language Options" -> Languages -> Details -> Add . So ' gives you just smooth breathing, but " = shift + ' gives you the rough breathing. by David333 » Thu May 28, 2009 4:40 pm, Post You hit the apostrophe/quotes key, but with the shift key held down. By clicking on this symbol, you can toggle between the English and Greek keyboard at any time! The uppercase and lowercase letters are listed first, in alphabetical order, followed by breathing mark and accent combinations, and then by other symbols.Please note the distinction between upper and lower case in the "key" columns; all shifted keys are so indicated. ), so people with different keyboards will have to make the proper adjustments. It must be typed as an independent letter. If you want, you can pull up keyboard images and type directly on them. ; On mobile phones for accents, just hold the letter for an extra second or two and there will appear a variety of that letter with accents. This video presents the diphthongs, breathing marks, and basic accents of ancient Greek (with special emphasis on New Testament Koine Greek). Example: typing w produces ς. Ex… (Smooth breathing: press apostrophe ('), then the vowel. by jaihare » Thu May 28, 2009 3:17 pm, Post Whatever your level, use this forum to discuss all things Koine, Biblical or otherwise, including grammar, textbook talk, difficult passages, and more. Breathing marks For breathing marks and accents, an attempt was made to find a visually similar key to encode the mark on. Breathings are included, but I have left out accents. Example: typing m produces μ. Paste into the Search box, a document, etc. ; In the “Language & Text” window that will open, click on the Input Sources button/tab. You have to hold down the right alt key to add the iota subscript, so ᾷ is right-alt + [, ᾂ is right-alt + shift + \, and so on. 9. Example: typing c produces ψ. On reflection, here are my results:-. The following keyboard shows the shifted marks -- where there's a breathing mark, it's rough. And sft+ ; will give you both ( like: ΐ ) since part! 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