How would I say "one more" (as in, "one more beer") in Ancient Greek. My friends and I have an inside joke of always saying "one more" whenever someone wants to leave a party or go home early from hanging out.

And our friend is really into Ancient Greek so we want to make him a gift and we need to write this for him.

Thank you.


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An idiomatic way to put it would be:

ἔτι ἄλλο

Or if you want all caps:


This literally means "yet another". I've used the neuter form ἄλλο to imply some neuter noun such as πῶμα "drink".

  • Apparently ζῦθος has some attestations for "beer" in ancient Greek.
    – brianpck
    Commented Mar 26 at 18:39
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    @brianpck True, but I avoided that because I'm not sure it could be treated as a count noun.
    – TKR
    Commented Mar 26 at 19:46

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