Dorians


Dorians
Do·ri·an || 'dɔːrɪən adj. of or pertaining to Doris (region in ancient Greece); of or pertaining to the Dorians n. resident of Doris (region in ancient Greece); member of the Dorians (one of the four main divisions of ancient Greeks); male or female first name

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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