The Greek term "ad aggeli’a, anaggeli’a" matches the English term "ad"

other greek words that include "ad" : english :
academic maðhth’s, foithth’s academic
adder e’xizna, oxia’ adder
addled saxlo’s addled
address su’stash address
adieu geia’sas adieu
admiral nau’arxos admiral
adorer la’trhs adorer
adversary exðro’s adversary
advertisement aggeli’a, anaggeli’a advertisement
advocate zikhgo’ros advocate
Arabian aradiko’s Arabian
Arabic aradiko’s Arabic
benefit apoladh’ benefit
bread a’rtos, pswmi’ bread
bride arradwniastiki’a, mnhsth’ bride
brigade taziarxi’a brigade
Canada Kanazas Canada
Canadian kanaziko’s, Kanazo’s Canadian
carnival karnada’li carnival
caviar xadia’ri caviar
ceiling tada’ni ceiling
corn arado’sito, kalampo’ki corn
dad mpampa’s dad
daddy mpampa’s daddy
dead nekro’s dead
dreadful tromero’s dreadful
fiancé arradwniastiko’s, mnhsth’ras fiancé
fiancée arradwniastiki’a, mnhsth’ fiancée
forehead kou’telo, me’twpo forehead
gain apoladh’ gain
head kefalh’, kefa’li head
headache ponoke’falos headache
Indian corn arado’sito, kalampo’ki Indian corn
injury ladwmatia’, plhuh’ injury
inn panzoxei’o, tade’rna inn
ladder kli’maka ladder
lady kuri’a lady
Lady Day Euaggelismo’s Lady Day
lamp-shade ampazou’r lamp-shade
lemonade lemona’za lemonade
mad mourlo’s, trelo’s mad
madam kuri’a madam
madness tre’la madness
maize arado’sito, kalampo’ki maize
marmelade marmela’za marmelade
mealies arado’sito, kalampo’ki mealies
nowadays tw’ra nowadays
paradise para’zeisos paradise
profit apoladh’ profit
rabbi raddi’nos rabbi
radio razio’fwno radio
radish rapa’ni, repa’ni radish
radium ra’zio radium
road zro’mos road
sadism sazismo’s sadism
sadist sazisth’s sadist
screwdriver katsadi’zi screwdriver
shade i’skios, skia’ shade
shadow i’skios, skia’ shadow
shallow adaðh’s shallow
superficial adaðh’s superficial
tavern tade’rna tavern
tradition e’ðimo tradition
wadding dat wadding
week-end saddatokh’riako week-end
wound ladwmatia’, plhuh’ wound
Yugoslav giougkosladiko’s, Giougkosla’dos Yugoslav
Yugoslavia Giougkosladi’a Yugoslavia
Yugoslavian giougkosladiko’s, Giougkosla’dos Yugoslavian
Major Influencer
Greek is a significant influence in other languages because so many words have roots in either Greek or Latin, particularly in English. It’s still used today to help ease the creation of new words. The word Alphabet comes from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet, “alpha” and “beta”. Approximately 12 percent of all English words come from Greek. English has had some influence on Greek too. Their words for freak out and glamour are like that of English.
Long Words
The longest Greek word ever recorded is “Lopado­temacho­selacho­galeo­kranio­leipsano­drim­hypo­trimmato­silphio­parao­melito­katakechy­meno­kichl­epi­kossypho­phatto­perister­alektryon­opte­kephallio­kigklo­peleio­lagoio­siraio­baphe­tragano­pterygon” It’s 172 characters and it’s a fictional dish in Ancient Greek mentioned during the play Assemblywomen by Aristophanes
Two Greeks
Until the year 1976, there were actually two versions of Greek on record as official languages. Demotic was used for casual conversation and literature. Academia, law, medicine, and newspapers all used Katharevousa. The government designated Demotic Greek as its official language after that year.