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Pilos

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/ ˈpi lɔs /
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noun
Greek name of Navarino.
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How to use Pilos in a sentence

  • His hair, short and arranged in thick curls, hung beneath the pilos, forming a hollow crown around his head.

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  • Pilosace is from two Greek words, pilos, felt; sakos, garment.

British Dictionary definitions for Pilos

Pílos
/ (ˈpilɔs) /

noun
transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Pylos
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