Dorian definition by Webster's New World
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Origin: ; from Classical Latin Dorius ; from Classical Greek Dōrios ; from Dōris
a native of Doris; member of one of the four main peoples of the ancient Greeks
Dorian definition by American Heritage Dictionary
One of a Hellenic people that invaded Greece around 1100 B.C. and remained culturally and linguistically distinct within the Greek world.
Origin: Latin Dōriānus, from Dōrius, from Greek Dōrios, from Dōris, Doris.
- Doˈri·an adjective