(classical studies) The concept of hospitality to strangers.
A female given name of mainly historical use in English.
An unincorporated community in Kansas.
Origin of Xenia
From the assumed name of a fifth century saint venerated in the Eastern Orthodox Church, Latin Xenia, from Ancient Greek ξενία (ksenia, “hospitable").
New Latin from Greek xeniā hospitality from xenos guest, stranger xeno–
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
New Latin, from Ancient Greek ξενία (xenia, “hospitality")
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