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From Latin Thrācia, from Ancient Greek Θρᾴκη (Thrā́ikē), from Θρᾷξ (Thrâix, “Thracian”), from base of θράσσω (thrássō, “to trouble, stir”) and -ιξ (-ix) (compare Φοίνιξ (Phoínix, “Phoenician”) and Κίλιξ (Kílix, “Cilician”)).
- A historical and geographic area in southeast Europe, now divided between Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey.
historical and geographic area in southeast Europe
- Thrace (historical region of Europe)