Teian

adjective
\ˈtē(y)ən\

Definition of Teian 

: of or relating to the ancient city of Teos produce his dainty translations of the Teian bard—Thomas Walsh

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History and Etymology for Teian

Latin teius (from Greek tēios, from Tēos, Teōs Teos, ancient Greek city of Asia Minor) + English -an

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