The first word could be the vocative of κόρος "boy", but I can't find that second word anywhere. It's not in any dictionaries of ancient Greek as far as I can tell, which at first caused me to assume it was modern Greek, but if that were the case you'd expect it to show up somewhere on the Internet. Yet, bizarrely, it doesn't.
This looks absolutely ridiculous! :roll: It looks like someone Greek forgot to change his keyboard language when trying to type in English!Say,if I wanted to type ''Hello'' and had forgotten to change it,it would be like this; Ηελλο.
The κορε type does not exist,it does not refer to κόρη,in Ancient Greek meaning the young girl-woman or maiden,in Modern Greek the daughter. The one who wrote that must have tried to type ''core fytadaco''.The line above that is just random letters.