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Hellene

[hel-een]
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noun
  1. a Greek.

Origin of Hellene

From the Greek word Héllēn
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Examples from the Web for hellene

Historical Examples

  • The pride of the Hellene is further humbled, by being compared to a Phrygian or Lydian.

    Statesman

    Plato

  • After this, two Hellene generals went out with all precaution.

    Anabasis

    Xenophon

  • There is, we need not say, no Greek play of the name of 'Hellene.'

  • The priests of Serapis are for the most part Greeks, and the high-priest is a Hellene.

  • In the sphere of religion and morality, Hellene and Judean could not come close to each other.

    Jewish History

    S. M. Dubnow


British Dictionary definitions for hellene

Hellene

Hellenian (hɛˈliːnɪən)

noun
  1. another name for a Greek
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