See also: hellenism
- Any of the characteristics of ancient Greek culture, civilization, principles and ideals, including humanism, reason, the pursuit of knowledge and the arts, moderation and civic responsibility.
- The national character or culture of Greece.
- The culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period.
- The admiration for and adoption of ancient Greek culture, ideas and civilization.
- A Greek idiom or turn of phrase.
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- (foreignisms) foreignism; Akkadianism / Akkadism, Americanism, Amharism, Anglicism, Arabism, Aramaism, Armenism, Australianism, Batavism, Belorussianism, Bengalism, Briticism, Bulgarism, Catalanism, Church Slavicism / Church Slavonicism / Slavonicism, Croatism, Czechism / Bohemianism, Gallicism / Frenchism, Germanism / Teutonism, Grecism / Hellenism, Hebraism, Hispanism / Hispanicism / Castilianism, Hungarianism / Magyarism, Indianism, Iranianism, Irishism, Italianism / Italicism, Japanism, Kazakhism, Latinism, Macedonianism, Mandaism, Moravianism, New Zealandism, Persianism, Polonism, Portuguesism, Russianism, Scotticism, Serbism, Serbo-Croatism, Sinicism, Slavism, Slovenism / Pannonianism, Sumerianism / Sumerism, Syriacism, Turkism, Ukrainism / Ukrainianism, Uzbekism, Yiddishism
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characteristics of ancient Greek culture
culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period
admiration for and adoption of Greek culture
national character or culture of Greece
belief in and worship of Greek gods
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