Aesopian

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From Latin Aesopius (Aesopian), from Ancient Greek Αἴσωπος (Aísōpos, the famous Greek fabulist Aesop)

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Aesopian (comparative more Aesopian, superlative most Aesopian)

  1. (not comparable) Related to or concerning the Greek fabulist Aesop.
  2. (comparable) Characteristic of Aesop's animal fables.
  3. (comparable) Employing or having an ambiguous or allegorical meaning, especially a political meaning.

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