paralian

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Παράλιος (Parálios, Paralian), from παράλιος (parálios, coastal, maritime).

Noun[edit]

paralian (plural paralians)

  1. someone who lives by the sea
  2. a member of an ancient Greek people who lived by the Athenian coast in the 6th century BCE

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