"Present or gift" = "δώρο"?
Yes, δώρο is "present" or "gift".
Can you also say: το δώρο σας?
Then the gift belongs to multiple people, or to one person whom you are addressing formally/respectfully.
Does this have the same double meaning as it has in English? "the gift you gave/will give someone" and "the gift someone gave/will give you"
Indeed, it does! It’s any present regardless of the recepient/sender :)
Are there languages that differentiate between this?
And as a reference for talent? ie as a "given"
In Greek, there is another word for "gift" used to mean "give a gift" "χαρίζω" a little more formal which gives us "χάρισμα" for "gift/gifted" and..."charisma", "charm"...
Definitely these discussion sections are great.
Such a lovely word <3 it's a charm
It's a joy to have you appreciate the discussions and the meanings behind the words. Thank you.