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Seleucid

Seleucid

noun Se·leu·cid \sə-ˈlü-səd, səl-ˈyü-\

Definition of SELEUCID

:  a member of a Greek dynasty ruling Syria and at various times other Asian territories from 312 b.c. to 64 b.c.
Seleucid adjective

Origin of SELEUCID

New Latin seleucides, from Seleucus I
First Known Use: 1851

Rhymes with SELEUCID

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