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From Latin Phrygianus, from Phrygia.

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Phrygian (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to Phrygia, its people, or their culture.
  2. Written or spoken in the Phrygian language.
    • 2022, R. F. Kuang, Babel, HarperVoyager, page 114:
      ‘Then one day one of the infants stretched out his little hands to the shepherd and exclaimed bekos, which is the Phrygian word for bread.’

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Phrygian (plural Phrygians)

  1. A native or inhabitant of Phrygia.
    • 2022, R. F. Kuang, Babel, HarperVoyager, page 114:
      ‘And so Psammetichus decided the Phrygians must have been the first race on earth, and Phrygian the first language.’
  2. A Montanist.

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Phrygian

  1. The language of the Phrygian people.
  2. (music) Phrygian mode

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