"Minute and second."
Translation:Λεπτό και δευτερόλεπτο.
Fun fact: Latin divided its hours into smaller parts: the pars minuta prima "first small part" was 1/60 of an hour and the pars minuta secunda "second small part" was 1/3600 of an hour. From this come English "minute" and "second" -- we still see the origins in the word "minute" pronounced "my newt" meaning "small, tiny" and in "second" meaning "between first and third".
Greek is similar: it has a λεπτό (literally, "thin (one)") and δευτερόλεπτο (literally, "second thin (one)") along similar patterns as the Latin "first small part, second small part".
Such a thought provoking reply! I have taken English for granted, and never thought of the fact that in English, Second also means "number 2". I was over looking the obvious. Thanks so much!
So the trademark name "Lipton" (tea) probably comes from this greek minute. Lipton tea = minute tea.