I would also like to know how to spell it in latin an greek based alphabet.
allright, I’ll let you all know why I need to know this after the question is answered, I just also need to know how to pronounce it correctly.
Thank you so far to everyone!
Έχω τρία αρχίδια. You can hear the pronunciation of each word by native Greek here http://translate.google.es/# , putting each time one of the Greek words. But just in case, ého tría arhídia .
By the way, the word αρχίδια instead of όρχεις that another answer suggested here, is more vulgar, so go with όρχεις if you want it to sound more scientific.
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Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides The only one that I really know well enough is Sophocles. He wrote “Oedipus Rex”. About a man that marries his mother. The other two I will have to look up for you! Aeschylus – The Persians Seven against Thebes The Suppliants The Oresteia Agamemnon The Libation Bearers The Eumenides Prometheus Bound Euripides – Orestes Phoenician Woman Trojan Women Ion Iphigenia Hecuba Heracleidae Helen Suppliant Women Bacchae Cyclops Medea Electra Alcestis Andromache Other Sophocles plays: Oedipus Tyrannus Oedipus at Colonus Antigone Electra Trachiniae Ajax Philoctetes As for contributions?? Euripides – Euripides is considered to have been a significant influence on the Greek creation of New Comedy; Euripides added intrigue and also created love-drama Sophocles – Sophocles increased the number of actors to 3; Sophocles broke from Aeschylus’ thematically unified trilogies, and he invented skenographia Aeschylus – Aeschylus was the first of the 3 renowned prize-winning Greek writers of tragedy.
Έχω τρεις όρχεις
Habeo tres testes
Why would you like to know the translation of that weird and funny sentence? lol
exw ET (sounds like e-ch-o with the -ch- in loch)
echo tre arhedia!!