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Another word for hellenic

  1. Greek

      1. Of or relating to Sparta or its people.
      2. Rigorously self-disciplined or self-restrained.
      3. Simple, frugal, or austere:
      1. A dialect of ancient Greek spoken in the Peloponnesus, Crete, certain of the Aegean Islands, Sicily, and southern Italy.
      2. Of, relating to, characteristic of, or designating Doric.
      3. In the style of or designating the Doric order.
      1. A native or inhabitant of Ionia.
      2. One of a Hellenic people of Mycenaean origin that inhabited Attica, the Peloponnesus along the Saronic Gulf, Euboea, the Cyclades, and Ionia.
      1. Of or relating to all Greek peoples or a movement to unify them.
      2. Of or relating to all Greek-letter fraternities and sororities.
      1. A story or room directly below the roof of a building, especially a house.
      2. A low wall or story above the cornice of a classical façade.
      1. Of or relating to Athens, Greece, or its people.
      2. A citizen of Athens, Greece.
      1. Of or relating to Greece, especially ancient Greece.
      2. A native or inhabitant of ancient Greece.
  2. Refined

      1. Having good and pleasing proportions.
      2. Compact.
      1. Referring to electrical symmetry. A balanced line or balanced medium such as twisted pair, in which both twisted pair conductors serve for signal transmission and reception. Each conductor carries a similar electrical signal with identical direct and return current paths.At any given point in the cable, the signals are equal in voltage to ground but opposite in polarity, which has the effect of reducing radiated energy and, therefore, reducing attenuation. See also unbalanced and UTP.
      2. Referring to symmetrical relationship. For example, the X.25 protocol suite includes Link Access Procedure-Balanced (LAP-B), a balanced protocol that operates in Asynchronous Balanced Mode (ABM), which refers to the fact that the devices have a balanced, rather than a master/slave, relationship.Therefore, a device at either end of the link can initiate a dialogue at any time. See also ABM, LAP-B, master/slave, and X.25.
      1. Educated, polished, and refined; cultivated.
      2. Produced under artificial and controlled conditions: