It is Modern Greek, right? Do you happen to know how it was said in Ancient Greek? Thanks in advance!In Greek:
Ανεμόμυλος, anemomilos m. (literal)
Mύλος->milos, mill (from the Koine μύλος-'milos, m., which derives from the ancient μύλη-'mūlē, f. lit. "the millstone")
Τhe ancient Greek name for the grinding machine with a vertical axis (ancient mills), whether turned by people, by oxen, by donkeys, or by water, is the homeric, Μύλη, f.-'Mūlē. Vertical axis windmills arrive in Europe from Persia and the Greeks name them, Πανεμόνιον n.-Pane'monion.It is Modern Greek, right? Do you happen to know how it was said in Ancient Greek? Thanks in advance!
Bulgarian: вятърна мелница (vjatŭrna melnica; vyatŭrna melnitsa)Russian: "ветряная мельница" /vetryanaya mel'nitsa/ - i.e. "wind (attr.) mill" (feminine).