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λύκειο

GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek Λύκειον (Lúkeion) (the name of a gymnasium, or athletic training facility, near Athens where Aristotle established his school), from Λύκειος ("Lycian" or "wolf-killer").

NounEdit

λύκειο (lýkeion (plural λύκεια)

  1. secondary school (UK), high school (US)
  2. lyceum
  3. organisation with educational and cultural objectives

DeclensionEdit

See alsoEdit

see: σχολείο n (scholeío, school)

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