Mariah (halrenna) wrote in translators,
Mariah
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Greek to me.

 I'm going to be working on a story with a friend and was hoping for a bit of help with a couple things translated into Greek. They seem a bit silly to ask for, but I'd like some authenticity even if it goes unnoticed. 

Firstly, how might one say "Moon Witch" (as in, a witch of the moon, a witch who derives her powers from the moon) in Greek? In Ancient Greek would be even more awesome. 

Secondly, how might you say "familiar"? Not like the adjective, but the noun (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/familiar, third definition under noun). 

Any help is sincerely appreciated, and thank you in advance. 
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