How do I say “I have three testicles” in Greek?


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!

6 Answers

  • Έχω τρία αρχίδια. You can hear the pronunciation of each word by native Greek here , 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.

  • Greek:

    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!!

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