Siculi

plural noun
Sic·​u·​li | \ˈsikyəˌlī\

Definition of Siculi 

: an ancient people occupying part of the island of Sicily

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Other Words from Siculi

Siculian \ siˈkyülēən \ adjective or noun

History and Etymology for Siculi

Latin, from Greek Sikeloi

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