Fenícia

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See also: fenicia, Fenicia, and fenícia

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Phoenīcia, from Ancient Greek Φοινίκη ‎(Phoiníkē), from φοίνικι ‎(phoíniki, Phoenicians), from Mycenaean Greek [script needed] ‎(po-ni-ki-jo), from Egyptian fnḫw ‎(fenhku, Canaanites, Syrians).

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Fenícia f

  1. Phoenicia (an ancient civilisation in the Levant)

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Slovak[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Fenícia f

  1. Phoenicia (a group of ancient city states situated on the coast of present day Syria and Lebanon)

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External links[edit]

  • Fenícia in Slovak dictionaries at korpus.sk