Stagira


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Sta·gi·ra

 (stə-jī′rə) or Sta·gi·rus (-rəs)
An ancient city of Greek Macedonia. It was the birthplace of Aristotle.

Stagira

(stəˈdʒaɪrə)
n
(Placename) an ancient city on the coast of Chalcidice in Macedonia: the birthplace of Aristotle

Sta•gi•ra

(stəˈdʒaɪ rə)

also Sta•gi•ros

(-rəs, -rɒs)

n.
an ancient town in NE Greece, in Macedonia on the E Chalcidice peninsula: birthplace of Aristotle.
Stag•i•rite (ˈstædʒ əˌraɪt) n.
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Aristotle (384-322 BCE) was a Greek philosopher and scientist born in Stagira of Chalkidiki, next to the Macedon kingdom in the north part of the Greek world, at 384 BCE.