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1Punic

adjective Pu·nic \ˈpyü-nik\

Definition of PUNIC

1
:  of or relating to Carthage or the Carthaginians

Origin of PUNIC

Latin punicus, from Poenus inhabitant of Carthage; akin to Greek Phoinix Phoenician
First Known Use: 1533

Rhymes with PUNIC

2Punic

noun

Definition of PUNIC

:  the Phoenician dialect of ancient Carthage

First Known Use of PUNIC

1673

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