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    Greco interista.

    Hey everyone,thought makin' a late introduction of myself after postin a bunch of stuff
    My name is Jim i'm 28y old from Greece i love football my interest in it came very early.I've been Inter since '90-'91 and i'm very happy i lived great moments of the club with fantastic players.
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    Greek, with name Jim? :/ Or you are Jimmios, or as the nickname, jimakos or something, and people call you Jim?

    Welcome btw, keep posting and enjoy your stay here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pajo View Post
    Greek, with name Jim? :/ Or you are Jimmios, or as the nickname, jimakos or something, and people call you Jim?

    Welcome btw, keep posting and enjoy your stay here.
    My greek name is Dimitris and it's english translation is Jim.Jimakos how they call me like Jimmy.
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    From dimitris to Jim? Didnt know that.

    So, our Dimitar is Jim eh? Berbatov is Jim

    My english name is Paul btw
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    James (and so Jim and Jimmy) are anglicized from the Greek name Dimitri as used by the Greek diaspora in the USA, even though the names are etymologically unrelated.If jim is wrong then lastly i have to blame my english teacher.lol
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    Well as i said, Dimitris is equal to Dimitar in slavs languages, so it means, Dimintar is Jim.

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    jim berbatov the godfather
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    I heard that name 'Andy' is from Greek too. Is that true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimakos View Post
    James (and so Jim and Jimmy) are anglicized from the Greek name Dimitri as used by the Greek diaspora in the USA, even though the names are etymologically unrelated.If jim is wrong then lastly i have to blame my english teacher.lol
    Your English name is Demeter http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demeter
    My earliest recollection of this name in english is from Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897), the russian ship the Demeter. In US and other english speaking countries, Demeter is uncommon but it is the true equivalent of your Greek name Dhimitris, not Jim.

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