You could always just say it in your head!
But, if you must:
Κύριε Ἰησοῦ Χριστέ, Υἱέ τοῦ Θεοῦ, ἐλέησόν με τὸν ἁμαρτωλόν (τὴν ἁμαρτωλόν if prayed by a female)
Kírie Isú Christé, Ié tu Theú, eléison me, ton amartolón (tin amartolón)
Thanks for providing this prayer in Greek, but how does one pronounce this?
It's there in wynd's post!
No need to yell.
I should have worded my question a little different I guess. I would like maybe a phonetic pronunciation (which wynd does not give) such as what is found in this thread: http://www.christianforums.com/t2984140/ Scroll down to Ioan cel Nou's post where he gives the phonetic pronunciation of the Jesus Prayer in Romanian. This is what I'm needing.
KEE-ree-eh ee-ee-SOOH khree-STEH ee-ee-EH theh-OOH eh-LEH-ee-SON meh ton (masc.), teen (femin.) ah-mah-rtoh-LON
/'ciri.e i.i.'su xri'ste i.i'e θe'u e'le.i,son me ton (m) tin (f) amarto'lon/
-Capital letters denote stress
-The KEE in KEE-ree-eh (Κύριε) is palatalized (in IPA phonetic representation: /ci/)
-Try to pronounce the x- in Χριστέ like the Scottish -ch- (in Loch)
- The meh (με: accusative singular form of personal pronoun ἐγώ) in eh-LEH-ee-SON meh
is enclitic, it "leans" on the host word and its stress moves back to the ultima of the preceding word, not having an independent accent. That's why, ελέησόν με has two accents on ελέησόν