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1Pythian

adjective Pyth·i·an \ˈpi-thē-ən\

Definition of PYTHIAN

1
:  of or relating to games celebrated at Delphi every four years
2
:  of or relating to Delphi or its oracle of Apollo

Origin of PYTHIAN

Latin pythius of Delphi, from Greek pythios, from Pythō Pytho, name for Delphi, Greece
First Known Use: 1603

Rhymes with PYTHIAN

2Pythian

noun

Definition of PYTHIAN

First Known Use of PYTHIAN

1903

Rhymes with PYTHIAN

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