kalon

noun
ka·lon | \ kəˈlän , (ˈ)ka¦l- \
plural -s

Definition of kalon 

: the ideal of physical and moral beauty especially as conceived by the philosophers of classical Greece

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History and Etymology for kalon

Greek, from neuter of kalos good, beautiful

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