Œchalia

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Οἰχαλία (Oikhalía).

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Œchalia

  1. (historical) A city that was located in Ancient Greece.
    • 1794, Pausanias, The Description of Greece, book IV, chapter II, page 341 (translated from Greek):
      But Hecateus the Mileſian writes that Œchalia is in Scium, a part of Eretria.