Ionian definition

  • noun:
    • A native or inhabitant of Ionia.
    • among a Hellenic individuals of Mycenaean beginning that inhabited Attica, the Peloponnesus along the Saronic Gulf, Euboea, the Cyclades, and Ionia.
    • A member of the Ionians, one of several events of Ancient Greece.
    • an associate of just one of three or (as some count) four great divisions for the ancient greek language competition, the others being the Dorians and ├ćolians, or perhaps the Dorians, ├ćolians, and Acheans.
    • the ancient Greek residents of Attica and associated areas in Ionia
    • an associate of just one of four linguistic divisions for the prehistoric Greeks
  • adjective:
    • concerning the Hellenic people of that title.
    • Ionic, of Ionia, the ancient (ca 1100 BC) area including western Asia small while the adjacent Aegean isles occupied by the Ionian individuals.
    • associated with Io, among moons for the planet Jupiter
    • Of or pertaining to Ionia and/or Ionians; Ionic.
    • of or related to the old Ionians which lived in Attica and relevant territories, to their Ionic dialect of Greek, or even to their particular culture
  • others:
    • associated with Ionia or even to the Ionians; Ionic.

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