Siceliot

noun
Si·​cel·​i·​ot | \sə̇ˈkelēət, sə̇ˈse-, -ēˌät\
variants: or Sikeliot \ sə̇k-​ \
plural -s

Definition of Siceliot 

: one of the ancient Greeks colonized in Sicily

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History and Etymology for Siceliot

Greek Sikeliōtēs, from Sikelia Sicily + -ōtēs -ote

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