Greek Language under... the mathematical view!
With this program you can calculate easily and fast the
lexarithmos of a Greek word or a sentence.
A word’s lexarithmos (=it’s coming from the combination of the
Greek words “Λέξη” = “Word” and “Αριθμός” = “Number”. Thus in
English you can translate it as the internal word’s number) is
calculated if we replace each letter with a specified number and
then add them. The equivalence of letters with numbers can be
done with three possible ways. The first one is the most usual
and it follows the Greek arithmetical system of the classic
period. The second way is not a common one. It has been
suggested from Christos Tsoukas (Μυστικός λόγος, η γεωμετρική
σκέψη των Ελλήνων) and it’s based on the equivalence of the
letters with the number that represents the position to the
Greek alphabet. The third way is based on the "analytical" lexarithmos (Eleftherios Argyropoulos
The primal number is coming from the continuous addition
of the lexarithmos's digits in order to result in a one digit
number (ex. the number 546 becomes 5 + 4 + 6 = 15 = 1 + 5 =
As it is well known ancient Greeks were using the letters of
the Greek alphabet to represent numbers. The thing you must
understand is that when the ancient Greeks were writing a word
they were seeing at the same time a number. To distinguish the
letters from the numbers they used to point out the letters when
they wanted to indicate a number.
You are also in position to make additions or subtractions
between words or sentences by using the symbol of addition ( + )
or subtraction ( - ). For instance "σπουδαίος + άνθρωπος" ή "ψάρι
- θάλασσα + αβγά".
Meanwhile you have the ability to save in a database all the
words or sentences you write. Finally you are able to start a
search for possible lexarithmic equalities between the words or
sentences, that are saved in the database, and the word or
sentence you write in the edit box.
Lexarithmos (version 2.5) - Greek
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||Windows 9x (95, 98 and Me)
||Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows NT4
||Windows Vista and Windows 7
||Linux (under wine)