Greek house

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Etymology[edit]

From the Greek letters used in the names of fraternities and sororities.

Noun[edit]

Greek house (plural Greek houses)

  1. (chiefly US) A building in which the members of a fraternity or sorority reside or meet, especially one located on or near the campus of a college or university.
    • 1997 Oct. 30, Brad Wolverton, "Picking a Frat: Alpha to Omega," BusinessWeek (retrieved 17 July 2013):
      About 50 students live in the average Greek house.

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