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sekos

[ see-kos ]
/ ˈsi kɒs /
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noun
(in ancient Greece)
  1. a sanctuary.
  2. the cella of a temple.
any of various other shrines or sanctuaries.
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Also secos.

Origin of sekos

First recorded in 1810–20, sekos is from the Greek word sēkós enclosed area
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