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Achaean

in Homeric language, "a Greek," generally; later restricted to natives or inhabitants of Achaea, a region in the Peloponnesus. The Achaean League after c. 280 B.C.E. was a model for later federal republics. In Latin, Achaicus meant "a Greek."

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Definitions of Achaean
1
Achaean (n.)
a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks;
Synonyms: Achaian
Achaean (n.)
the ancient Greek inhabitants of Achaea;
Synonyms: Arcado-Cyprians
2
Achaean (adj.)
of or relating to Achaea or its ancient Greek people;
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