About the Greek word "AGIOBASILIATIKOS" meaning "new year's".

About rhe Greek word "AGIOBASILIATIKOS" meaning "new year's" [Dyvri's Modern Greek - English Dictionary, 1988].

Greek word:                            "AGIOBASILIATIKOS", meaning "new year's",
RLBL as:                                "GIL-BASI-KASA[O]ITI-O" or "GIL-BA[O]I-KASASITI-O", is
from Turkish expression          "YIL BASI GECESITI O" literally meaning "it is the evening of the beginning of the year", that is, "it is the new year's evening".  It is clearly seen that the Turkish expression has been totally Hellenized in every aspect in manufacturing this Greek word. 

Turkish word "YIL", shown as "GIL" in the Greek word, means "year", "BASI" (S = Sh) means "the beginning", "GECESITI" means "it is the night" or "it is the evening", and "O" means "it is".  The Greek anagrammatizers of this Turkish expression has dropped one of the letter S present in the Turkish source text. In its place a letter O has been placed as I showed abve in the form [O].  It is used mostly for wrapping purposes, although it means "it is" in Turkish. 

The letter "S" ending this Greek word and also many other Greek words is a bogus letter that can take the place of an S, Sh, Z, and C in the source Turkish text. Similarly, the lettter S inside the Greek words could replace Turkish S, Sh, and C in disguising the source text. 

The Greek letter "gamma" is at least a dual identity symbol which can take the place of G and Y [see Dyvri's Modern Greek - English Dictionary, 1988, p. 10] in the Turkish source text.  In the case of this complex Greek word, it is a "Y" rather than a "G". 

This letter-by-letter correspondence of a Greek word meaning "new years" with a corresponding Turkish expression as the defining source text cannot be explained by coincidence except by plagiarism. This Greek word is another evidence that the words of the Greek  language has been manufactured from Turkish.  This amazing discovery shows the true nature and the source of the Greek language and civilization as being from much more ancient Turkish language and civilization contraray to all the denial and misinformation given to the world either knowingly or unknowingly by the promoters of the Hellenic civilization. 

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya