dodonaean

adjective do·do·nae·an \¦dōdən¦ēən\
variants: or

dodonean

\", dəˈdōnēən\ less commonly

dodonian

\dəˈdōnēən\ or

dodonaeic

\¦dōdən¦ēik\

Definition of dodonaean

  1. :  of or relating to the ancient oracle of Zeus at Dodona on Mount Tomarus in Epirus

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Origin and Etymology of dodonaean

Latin Dodonaeus (from Greek Dōdōnaios, from Dōdōnē Dodona, town and oracle in northwestern Greece) + English -an, -ian or -ic


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