Aeolic meaning

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A group of dialects of ancient Greek spoken by the Aeolians.
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Any of several verse forms built around a central choriamb, used especially by Sappho, Alcaeus, and their imitators.
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A dialect or group of dialects of ancient Greek spoken chiefly in Aeolis, Boeotia, and Thessaly.
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An ancient Greek dialect spoken in Boeotia and the island of Lesbos.
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Of the Anatolian region Aeolis, Aeolia.
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(Greek mythology) Of Aeolus, the Ancient Greek god of the wind.
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Origin of aeolic

  • From Latin aeolicus, from Ancient Greek αἰολικός (aiolikos) or Αἰολικός (Aiolikos, “like the Aeolians”).

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