Κασμέναι

Ancient GreekEdit

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Uncertain origin. The first element could possibly be derived from

The second could derive from

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Κασμέναι (Kasménaif (genitive Κασμένῶν); first declension

  1. A colony of Sicily, founded by Syracusans in 644 BC, located on the Hyblaean Mountains, nearby current Buscemi

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  • Latin: Casmenae
    • Italian: Casmene
    • English: Casmenae
    • Sicilian: Càsmini, Casmeni

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