Pædion

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek πεδίον (pedíon, field, plain).

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Pædion

  1. (hypercorrect, obsolete) The Athenian plain.
    • 1799, Étienne-François de Lantier, The Travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia, page 341:
      We ſet out early in the morning, and croſſed the Pædion, or country of Athens, of which Laſthenia pointed out the beauties.