Œniadæ

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See also: Oeniadae

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek Οἰνιάδαι (Oiniádai).

Proper noun[edit]

Œniadæ

  1. (obsolete) A city in Greece.
    • 1776, Richard Chandler, Travels in Greece, chapter LXXII, page 280:
      The ſtream deſcended from the north and mount Pindus into the plain of Acarnania, and, dividing that country from Ætolia, entered the ſea by the city Œniadæ, creating continually new land.