Eteocretan

Eteocretan

[et-ee-oh-kreet-n, ee-tee-]
adjective
noting or pertaining to certain inscriptions found on Crete, written in an early form of the greek alphabet.

Origin:
1890–95; < Greek Eteókrēt(es) true Cretans (ete(ós) true, genuine + -o- -o- + Krēt-, stem of Krēs Cretan + -es, plural of -ēs adj. suffix) + -an, after Cretan

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