Ἀντιόχεια

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Ancient GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

Ἀντιόχεια (Antiokheia) (genitive Ἀντιοχείας) f, first declension

  1. Antioch, the name of a number of cities founded by king Antiochos, the most famous being "Antioch on the Orontes" in Syria.
  2. Antakya, Turkey

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DescendantsEdit

  • Arabic: أنطاكية (ʼAnṭākiyyä)
  • Bulgarian: Антиохия (Antiochija), Антакия (Antakija)
  • Catalan: Antioquia
  • Czech: Antiochie
  • Danish: Antiokia
  • Dutch: Antiochië
  • English: Antioch
  • Finnish: Antiokia
  • French: Antioche
  • German: Antiochia
  • Greek: Αντιόχεια (Antiócheia)
  • Hebrew: אנטיוכיה (Antiokhia), אנטקיה (Antaqya)
  • Hungarian: Antiochia
  • Italian: Antiochia
  • Japanese: アンティオケイア (Antiokeia), アンタキヤ (Antakiya)
  • Korean: 안티오키아 (Antiokia), 안타키아 (Antakia)
  • Latin: Antiochia
  • Norwegian: Antiokia
  • Polish: Antiochia
  • Portuguese: Antioquia
  • Russian: Антиохия (Antiochija), Антакья (Antakja)
  • Serbo-Croatian: Антиохија, Antiohija
  • Slovene: Antiohija
  • Spanish: Antioquía
  • Swedish: Antiochia
  • Turkish: Antakya
  • Welsh: Antiochia

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Last modified on 12 August 2013, at 17:50