This article is from the Greece FAQ, by Nikolaos (Nick) C. Fotis, firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
From: "Christina C. Christara" <email@example.com>
Days of the week in modern Greek
Sunday Kuriak`h Keeriakee
Monday Deut`era Theftera or Dheftera
Tuesday Tr`ith Treetee
Wednesday Tet`arth Tetartee
Thursday P`empth Pemptee
Friday Paraskeu`h Paraskevee
Saturday S`abbato Savato
The second column is one-to-one mapping of Greek letters
to ascii (latin) characters assuming that the Greek
a b g d e z h q i k l m n j o p r s t u f x y w
The third column is an attempt for an English-speaking
person to pronounce the days.
The ` means accent (i.e. louder voice)
For the days of the week in ancient Greek:
Greeks in different part of Greece used different names.
For example, Dorians used different names than