If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for additions to this site, please email me and let me know. I am adding new items to the database all the time, so anyone familiar with Greek who has items they would like to see included can send them to me and they will be added as time allows.There is a mailto link under the quote at the top of the "home" page; my email address is RIKB2@aol.com.
You must have the symbol font to properly view the results of searches. This font is included on most machines, so you probably have nothing to worry about.
The transliteration table must be used to spell out Greek words in the search or numeration fields. Pay particular attention to the correct entry of theta, omega, eta, upsilon, chi, and final sigma, or your searches or text to be numerated may not give a correct result.
There is currently no way using the site to numerate words containing qoppa, san(pi), or digamma. Digamma does appear in some words as a lowercase italic roman letter f, but you can't enter words with digamma into searches or numerate them correctly.The site also does not numerate "stau."
There are no breathing or diacritical marks in the Greek text. This means that the way some words are spelled does not reflect their pronunciation in Greek. A good Greek dictionary like Liddel & Scott will give correct pronunciation (see my links page under "Greek" for a link to Liddel & Scott at the Perseus Project)
Portions of entries marked with an asterisk are from Aleister Crowley's Liber 1264, The Greek Qabalah. I have been asked to mark these entries to distinguish OTO copyrighted material from my own work.
Matthew Dillon, a superb Perl programmer and really wonderful person, deserves a great deal of thanks for helping to advance this project in a myriad of ways. Houtos adelphidos mou kai houtos plesiou mou.