Phocis

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Phocis

  1. A periphery in southwest Central Greece and north northeast of the Peloponnese, which included Delphi; the capital is presently its largest city, Amphissa.

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Borrowed from Ancient Greek Φωκίς (Phōkís).

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Phōcis f sg (genitive Phōcidis); third declension

  1. (geography) a region of ancient Greece

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Third-declension noun, singular only.

Case Singular
Nominative Phōcis
Genitive Phōcidis
Dative Phōcidī
Accusative Phōcidem
Ablative Phōcide
Vocative Phōcis

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