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Grecian

[gree-shuh n] /ˈgri ʃən/
adjective
1.
Greek (especially with reference to ancient Greece).
noun
2.
a Greek.
3.
an expert in the Greek language or Greek literature.
Origin
1540-1550
1540-50; < Latin Graeci(a) Greece + -an
Related forms
pro-Grecian, adjective
pseudo-Grecian, adjective
quasi-Grecian, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for quasi grecian

Grecian

/ˈɡriːʃən/
adjective
1.
(esp of beauty or architecture) conforming to Greek ideals, esp in being classically simple
noun
2.
a scholar of or expert in the Greek language or literature
adjective, noun
3.
another word for Greek
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Word Origin and History for quasi grecian

Grecian

adj.

c.1400, from Latin Graecia "Greece" (see Greek) + people ending -ian. The noun meaning "a Greek" is from early 15c.

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