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Of the history, language, or culture of the ancient Greeks, specif. from the late 8th century b.c. to the death of Alexander the Great (323 b.c.)
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  1. Of the history, language, or culture of the ancient Greeks, specif. from the late 8th century b.c. to the death of Alexander the Great (323 b.c.)
  2. Of the Hellenes; Greek
  3. Of or relating to the ancient Hellenes, their language, or their history; Greek.
Of or characteristic of Hellenists or Hellenism
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  1. Of or characteristic of Hellenists or Hellenism
  2. Of or relating to postclassical Greek history and culture from the death of Alexander the Great to the accession of Augustus.
  3. Relating to or in the style of the Greek art or architecture of this period.
Of or relating to the Hellas civilization that flourished in mainland Greece during the Bronze Age (3000 to about 1100 BCE).
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  1. Of or relating to the Hellas civilization that flourished in mainland Greece during the Bronze Age (3000 to about 1100 BCE).
  2. Designating or of the Bronze Age cultures (c. 3000-c. 1100 b.c.) of the peoples living on or around the Greek peninsula
Designating or of a Bronze Age culture that flourished in Crete c. 3000-c. 1100 b.c.
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  1. Designating or of a Bronze Age culture that flourished in Crete c. 3000-c. 1100 b.c.
  2. Of or relating to the advanced Bronze Age culture that flourished in Crete from about 3000 to 1100 bc .
  1. Doric
  2. Of or relating to the Dorians
Relating to Athenian culture or architecture.
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  1. Relating to Athenian culture or architecture.
  2. Of or characteristic of Athens, esp. ancient Athens, or its people, language, or culture; Athenian
  3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of ancient Attica, Athens, or the Athenians.
Archaic spelling of Boeotian.
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  1. Archaic spelling of Boeotian.
  2. Of or like Boeotia or its people or culture
Of or pertaining to Athens, Greece
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  1. Of or pertaining to Athens, Greece
  2. Of or pertaining to the Greek goddess Athena
  3. Of Athens, esp. ancient Athens, or its people or culture
Of or relating to Sparta or its citizens.
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  1. Of or relating to Sparta or its citizens.
  2. Like or characteristic of the Spartans, who were famous for being warlike, brave, stoical, severe, frugal, and highly disciplined
  3. Of ancient Sparta or its people or culture
Relating to Io, one of the moons of the planet Jupiter
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  1. Relating to Io, one of the moons of the planet Jupiter
  2. Of an ancient Greek people that settled in E Greece and in Ionia
In the style of the art of Corinth; gracefully elaborate
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  1. In the style of the art of Corinth; gracefully elaborate
  2. Of or relating to ancient Corinth or its people or culture.
  3. Designating or of a classical (Greek or Roman) order of architecture, distinguished by a slender, fluted column and a bell-shaped capital decorated with a design of acanthus leaves
Of Thessalonica or its people or culture
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  1. Of Thessalonica or its people or culture
Having existed a long time; very old
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  1. Having existed a long time; very old
  2. Of great age; very old:
  3. Of, relating to, or belonging to times long past, especially before the fall of the Western Roman Empire ( ad 476):
Of a well-known type; typical:
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  1. Of a well-known type; typical:
  2. Serving as the established model or standard:
  3. Of or characteristic of the literature, art, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome; classical.
Heroic in proportion, degree, or character; epic.
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  1. Heroic in proportion, degree, or character; epic.
  2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of Homer, his works, or the legends and age of which he wrote.
  3. Of, like, or characteristic of the poet Homer, his poems, or the Greek civilization that they describe (c. 1200-800 b.c.)
A Greek, especially an ancient Greek
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  1. A Greek, especially an ancient Greek
A person born or living in Athens
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  1. A person born or living in Athens
  2. A citizen of ancient Athens
  3. A citizen of Athens, Greece.
A person with Spartan traits
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  1. A person with Spartan traits
  2. A red apple cultivar from British Columbia, Canada
  3. A citizen of Sparta.
A native or inhabitant of Achaea.
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  1. A native or inhabitant of Achaea.
  2. Loosely, a Greek
  3. A Greek, especially of the Mycenaean era.
A member of the Dorians
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  1. A member of the Dorians
  2. One of a Hellenic people that invaded Greece around 1100 bc and remained culturally and linguistically distinct within the Greek world.
  3. A male given name, apparently first used by Oscar Wilde in his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891).
(Geology, paleontology) A subdivision of the Pleistocene epoch.
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  1. (Geology, paleontology) A subdivision of the Pleistocene epoch.
  2. A member of the Ionians, one of the races of Ancient Greece.
  3. An Ionian Greek
A wealthy amateur sportsman, especially an amateur yachtsman.
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  1. A wealthy amateur sportsman, especially an amateur yachtsman.
  2. A native or inhabitant of Corinth.
  3. A wealthy man about town
A person born or living in Thessalonica
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  1. A person born or living in Thessalonica
One who leads or prefers a simple, rural life.
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  1. One who leads or prefers a simple, rural life.
  2. The dialect of ancient Greek used in Arcadia.
  3. A native or inhabitant of the ancient Greek region of Arcadia.
A dull, stupid person
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  1. A dull, stupid person
  2. A person born or living in Boeotia
  3. Archaic spelling of Boeotian.
An inhabitant of Laconia.
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  1. An inhabitant of Laconia.
  2. A subdialect of the Doric dialect of Ancient Greek, most notably spoken by the Spartans.
An inhabitant or resident of Messenia
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  1. An inhabitant or resident of Messenia
The branch of the Indo-European language family that consists only of Greek.
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  1. The branch of the Indo-European language family that consists only of Greek.
  2. (Former) Greek
  3. The language of ancient Greece
(Gr. & Latin Prosody) Either of two feet consisting of four syllables, the first two long and the second two short or the first two short and the second two long
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  1. (Gr. & Latin Prosody) Either of two feet consisting of four syllables, the first two long and the second two short or the first two short and the second two long
  2. A sub-dialect of the Attic-Ionic dialectal group of Ancient Greek consisting of Old Ionic and New Ionic.
  3. The variety of the ancient Greek language spoken in Ionia, closely related to that of ancient Attica
The later form of the Greek Ionic dialect, used after circa 600 BC.
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  1. The later form of the Greek Ionic dialect, used after circa 600 BC.
The space, often unfinished and with sloped walls, directly below the roof in the uppermost part of a house or other building, generally used for storage or habitation.
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  1. The space, often unfinished and with sloped walls, directly below the roof in the uppermost part of a house or other building, generally used for storage or habitation.
  2. An ancient Greek dialect spoken in Attica, Euboea, and the northern coastal regions of the Aegean Sea.
  3. The ancient Greek dialect of Attica, in which the bulk of classical Greek literature is written.
The Greek dialect of Doris
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  1. The Greek dialect of Doris
  2. An ancient Greek dialect spoken in ancient times.
  3. A dialect of ancient Greek spoken in the Peloponnesus, Crete, certain of the Aegean Islands, Sicily, and southern Italy.
The Greek language as spoken since the 16th century
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  1. The Greek language as spoken since the 16th century
  2. The Greek language as spoken and written in Greece since about 1500
The modern Greek vernacular
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  1. The modern Greek vernacular
The language used throughout the Greek world, from Syria to Gaul, during the Hellenistic and Roman periods: its spoken form consisted of colloquial Attic, supplemented by borrowings from other dialects: the New Testament is written in koine
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  1. The language used throughout the Greek world, from Syria to Gaul, during the Hellenistic and Roman periods: its spoken form consisted of colloquial Attic, supplemented by borrowings from other dialects: the New Testament is written in koine
  2. A dialect of Greek that developed primarily from Attic and became the common language of the Hellenistic world, from which later stages of Greek are descended.
  3. The "common" Greek language that developed and flourished between 300 BCE and 300 CE (the time of the Roman Empire), and from which Modern Greek descended. It was based on the Attic and Ionian dialects of Ancient Greek.
The Greek vernacular language which became the official Modern Greek in 1976 when Katharevousa was replaced.
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  1. The Greek vernacular language which became the official Modern Greek in 1976 when Katharevousa was replaced.
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