Enter the search field in your preferred style (whether in Unicode Greek or transliterated). For example, to find the Greek name Ἀλεξάνδρα, you can enter your query in Unicode as Ἀλεξάνδρα, in its unaccented form Αλεξανδρα, or transliterated as alexandra; n.b. case and accents are ignored.
Instead of trying a name query, you can browse LGPN by volume, just click on the image of the region of interest in the sidebar to the left.
It is possible to find entries matching a pattern using ? and * wildcards for missing characters.
? is the single wildcard or joker, replacing exactly one character
* is the multiple wildcard or joker, replacing any number of characters
So a search for D?mo* will produce names beginning Δαμο- and Δημο- . A string D*mo* will give the same results, but also any other names which begin with Δ- and also contain -μο- , such as Διδυμος and Δοκιμος. Search for *νδρα will return all names ending with νδρα , e.g. ῾Αγεισάνδρα or Κασσάνδρα.
Detailed description of available search options can be found under the How To Search