Greek may refer to anything related to Greece, including:
*Greeks, the people of Greece
*Greek language, or, more specifically,
**Ancient Greek
**Koine Greek
**Medieval Greek
**Modern Greek
*Greek alphabet


Greek may also refer to, but not limited to:
*Greeks (finance), a concept in mathematical finance crucial to the pricing of certain derivatives
*Fraternities and sororities, often called the "Greek System," at colleges and universities.
*Greek Theatre (Los Angeles)
*"Greek" (TV series), an ABC Family show

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