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Argive

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adjective Ar·give \ˈär-ˌjīv, -ˌgīv\

Definition of Argive

  1. :  of or relating to the Greeks or Greece and especially the Achaean city of Argos or the surrounding territory of Argolis

Argive noun


Origin of argive

Latin Argivus, from Greek Argeios, literally, of Argos, from Argos city-state of ancient Greece


First Known Use: 1598


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