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Panhellenic (adj.)

also pan-Hellenic, 1819 in a modern context, "pertaining to or involving all the Greeks," from Greek Panhellēnes "all the Hellenes;" see pan- + Hellenic. From 1794 in reference to ancient Greece. Related: Panhellenism "desire to unite all the Greeks into one political body" (1844).

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Definitions of Panhellenic

Panhellenic (adj.)
of or relating to all the Greeks;
Synonyms: Pan-Hellenic
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