Antiochia

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin Antiochia, from Ancient Greek Ἀντιόχεια (Antiókheia).

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Antiochia (uncountable)

  1. (historical) the name of numerous Hellenistic cities, generally named after one of several Selecid rulers named Antiochus
    1. Antioch, a Greco-Roman city on the eastern side of the Orontes river
    2. Nisibis, ancient Mesopotamia; Antiochia Mygdonia; modern Nusaybin
    3. Edessa, Mesopotamia; Antiochia on the Callirhoe
    4. a city of ancient Media, corresponding to Nahavand; Antiochia in Persis; Antiochia in Media; Antiochia of Chosroes
    5. Hippos; Antiochia Hippos
    6. Acre; Antiochia Ptolemais
    7. Charax; Antiochia in Susiana
    8. Antiochia in Mesopotamia; Antiochia in Arabia
    9. Antiochia Paraliou, an ancient city of unknown location
    10. Antiochia ad Taurum
    11. Adana
    12. Antiochia ad Pyramum
    13. Antiochia in Sittacene
    14. Antiochia Semiramis; Umm Qais
    15. Antiochia in Scythia, a city on the on the Jaxartes river
    16. Antiochia in Margiana; modern Merv, Turkmenistan
    17. Antiochia ad Cragum; Antiochetta
    18. Antiochia Lamotis; Antiochia in Isauria
    19. Tarsus, Antiochia on the Cydnus
    20. Cebrene; Antiochia in Troad
    21. Samosata; Antiochia in Commagene; modern Samsat, Turkey
    22. a city in Lydia with unknown location
    23. Antioch on the Maeander in ancient Caria
    24. Alabanda; Antiochia of the Chrysaorians; city in ancient Caria
    25. modern Aydın, Turkey
    26. Antioch in Pisidia; Antiochia in Pisidia; Pisidian Antioch; Antiochia in Phrygia
  2. Principality of Antioch; a crusader states created during the First Crusade which included parts of modern Turkey and Syria, named after its capital city Antioch

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Proper noun[edit]

Antiochia ? f

  1. Antioch

Latin[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Ἀντιόχεια (Antiókheia).

Proper noun[edit]

Antiochia f (genitive Antiochia); first declension

  1. Antioch

Inflection[edit]

First declension, with locative.

Case Singular
nominative Antiochia
genitive Antiochiae
dative Antiochiae
accusative Antiochiam
ablative Antiochiā
vocative Antiochia
locative Antiochiae

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