Getae

plural noun Ge·tae \ˈjēˌtē, ˈgeˌtī\
variants: less commonly

Getai

\ˈgeˌtī\

Definition of Getae

  1. 1 :  a people of ancient times that lived in the region corresponding approximately to eastern Bulgaria, the Dobruja, Walachia, Moldavia, and Bessarabia

  2. 2 :  all the northern Thracian peoples, of whom the Dacians and Getae were the two main elements

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Origin and Etymology of getae

Latin & Greek; Latin Getae, from Greek Getai


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