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Of or relating to Thrace or its people.
1. A native or inhabitant of Thrace.
2. The Indo-European language of the ancient Thracians.
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1. (Peoples) a member of an ancient Indo-European people who lived in the SE corner of the Balkan Peninsula
2. (Historical Terms) the ancient language spoken by this people, belonging to the Thraco-Phrygian branch of the Indo-European family: extinct by the early Middle Ages
(Historical Terms) of or relating to Thrace, its inhabitants, or the extinct Thracian language
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1. of or pertaining to Thrace, its inhabitants, or their language.n.
2. a native or inhabitant of Thrace.
3. an Indo-European language of ancient Thrace.
[1560–70; < Latin Thrāci(us) of Thrace (< Greek Thraikios, adj. derivative of Thraik(ē) Thrace) + -an1]
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|Noun||1.||Thracian - an inhabitant of ancient Thrace|
Thrace - an ancient country and wine producing region in the east of the Balkan Peninsula to the north of the Aegean Sea; colonized by ancient Greeks; later a Roman province; now divided between Bulgaria and Greece and Turkey
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
|2.||Thracian - a Thraco-Phrygian language spoken by the ancient people of Thrace but extinct by the early Middle Ages|
Thraco-Phrygian - an extinct branch of the Indo-European language family thought by some to be related to Armenian
|Adj.||1.||Thracian - of or relating to Thrace or its people or culture|
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