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Ypsilanti

[ ip-suh-lan-tee ]
/ ˌɪp səˈlæn ti /
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noun
Alexander, 1792–1828, Greek patriot and revolutionary leader.
his brother, De·me·tri·os [dih-mee-tree-uhs; Greek thee-mee-tree-aws], /dɪˈmi tri əs; Greek ðiˈmi tri ɔs/, 1793–1832, Greek patriot and revolutionary leader.
a city in SE Michigan, W of Detroit.
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Also Yp·si·lan·tis, Yp·se·lan·tes [Greek ee-psee-lahn-dees] /Greek ˌi psiˈlɑn dis/ (for defs. 1, 2).

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Ypsilanti

Hypsilantis or Hypsilantes

/ (ˌɪpsɪˈlæntɪ) /

noun
Alexander (ˌalekˈsander). 1792–1828, Greek patriot, who led an unsuccessful revolt against the Turks (1821)
his brother, Demetrios (ðimitriˈɔs). 1793–1832, Greek revolutionary leader; commander in chief of Greek forces (1828–30) during the war of independence
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