Grecian

adjective
Gre·​cian | \ ˈgrē-shən \

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Grecian noun
grecianize \ ˈgrē-​shə-​ˌnīz \ transitive verb, often capitalized

First Known Use of Grecian

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Grecian

Middle English greciane, ultimately from Latin Graecia Greece

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Grecian

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of Grecian

: of or relating to ancient Greece

Grecian

adjective
Gre·​cian | \ ˈgrē-shən \

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