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Argive (adj.)

"of Argos," ancient Peloponnesian city portrayed by Homer as the most powerful in Greece, hence, especially in Homeric usage, "the Greeks," as a byword for Achaean, 1520s, from Latin Argivus, from Greek Argeios "of Argos." Related: Argives.

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Definitions of Argive
1
Argive (n.)
a native or inhabitant of the city of Argos;
2
Argive (adj.)
of or relating to the ancient Greek city of Argos or its people;
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