Thessalonian, Corinthian, L., Boeotian, Anglo-Saxon, Manx, Dorian, Aborigine, Minoan, haze, allophone, chapter house, Afghanistani, African-Caribbean, hazing, Norse, Belgian, Asiatic, Afghan, Hellenic language, Latin, Arabism, grecian, Peloponnesian, Ionian, Canadian, American, Athenian, Latinate, Attic, Arab, Old English, classic, Anglo, fraternity, Asian, African, frat, Afrikaner, rush, Afro-Caribbean, Alaska Native, British, classical, Spartan, Hellenistic, Helladic, Phi Beta Kappa, Homeric, pledge, ancient, Hellenic, Aboriginal, Persian, Hellene, Australian
languages (part of speech: noun)
- Why the fellow read off Greek there, and I didn't know he had ever seen a word of it." - "Hills of the Shatemuc", Susan Warner.
- I continued with my mother and brother in the country, and in that time recovered the knowledge of the Greek language, which I had too much neglected in my early youth. - "The History of England, Volume I", David Hume.
- But while the thought and imagery are Hebrew, the language is Greek. - "Quiet Talks on the Crowned Christ of Revelation", S. D. Gordon.