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Delphi

[del-fahy] /ˈdɛl faɪ/
noun
1.
an ancient city in central Greece, in Phocis: site of an oracle of Apollo.
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Delphi

/ˈdɛlfɪ/
noun
1.
an ancient Greek city on the S slopes of Mount Parnassus: site of the most famous oracle of Apollo
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Word Origin and History for Delphi

oracle town on slopes of Mount Parnassus, from Greek delphis "dolphin" (see dolphin). Supposedly Apollo assumed this form to found the shrine.

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Delphi in Technology

1. A US Internet service provider.
[Addresses?]
(1995-04-06)
2. Borland's Object Oriented Pascal (OOPascal) Rapid Application Development package for Microsoft Windows. Delphi combines visual, component-based design with an optimising native code compiler and scalable database access.
(1996-05-27)
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010 http://foldoc.org
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