Found this on Wiki.
παιχνίδι < μεσαιωνική ελληνική παιγνίδι < παιγνίδιον < αρχαία ελληνική παίγνιον < παίζω < παῖς < πρωτοελληνική pā́wits < πρωτοϊνδοευρωπαϊκή péh₂wids < *peh₂u-
Παιχνίδι < medieval Hellenic (Greek) <παιγνίδι < παιγνίδιον < Ancient Greek παίγνιον < παίζω < παῖς < Proto Hellenic pā́wits < Proto Indo European péh₂wids < *peh₂u-
You are not disturbing us at all. We just need some more information. Do you mean the word "παιχνίδι".
Yes, the freedictionary as Troll95 has just written sounds fine .
Here is a very good site to hear native Greeks pronouncing the words.
Also, have a look at our Forum Discussions where you might find other good resources.
And never hesitate to ask us questions or make suggestions.
Sorry for not specifying I had issues with the pronunciation of the word ' toy '. I simply forgot. My main problem was the following: I read some discussions on Duolingo forum and as I recall (precisely, I hope), the letter ' delta ' is pronounced /th/ as in this, that etc., but, but, with your tongue in between your upper and lower front teeth. I do not know if I gave an accurate description, but this is how I remember. Anyway, the way this noun is pronounced on the website that you've shown me it kind of confirms my logic. Thanks for the prompt reply and your consistent support. Keep up the good work and have a good day!