Aonian

adjective
Ao·ni·an | \(ˈ)ā¦ōnēən, -nyən\

Definition of Aonian 

: of or relating to the Greek district of Aonia or to the Muses to waste and spoil the sweet Aonian fields— Christopher Marlowe

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History and Etymology for Aonian

Aonia, district of ancient Greece (from Latin, from Greek) + -an

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