Definition of Cabiri
: a group of ancient Greek deities of Phrygian probably chthonic origin whose mysteries of Samothrace were second in repute only to the Eleusinian mysteries
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Origin and Etymology of cabiri
Latin Cabiri, Cabeiri, from Greek Kabiroi, Kabeiroi
First Known Use: 1703
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