Dardani

plural noun
Dar·​da·​ni | \ˈdärdᵊnˌī, -ˌē\

Definition of Dardani 

: an ancient Illyrian people especially noted for their successful raids on Macedonia and the Roman provinces during the 1st century b.c.

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History and Etymology for Dardani

Latin, from Greek Dardanoi

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