Eupatrid
Eupatrid \Eu"pa*trid\, n. [Gr. e'y^ well + ? father.] One well born, or of noble birth. ||

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  • eupatrid — EUPATRÍD, eupatrizi, s.m. Membru al aristocraţiei gentilice în Atica. [pr.: e u ] – Din fr. eupatrides. Trimis de ionel bufu, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  eupatríd s. m. (sil. e u , trid), pl. eupatrízi Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa:… …   Dicționar Român

  • eupatrid — [yo͞o′pə trid΄] n. pl. eupatridae [yo͞opa′tri dē΄] or eupatrids [eu′pa′tridz΄] [Gr eupatridēs < eu (see EU ) + patēr, FATHER] [also E ] any of the hereditary aristocrats of ancient Athens or other Greek states …   English World dictionary

  • eupatrid — noun (plural eupatridae) Usage: often capitalized Etymology: Greek eupatridēs, from eu + patr , patēr father more at father Date: 1836 one of the hereditary aristocrats of ancient Athens …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • eupatrid — /yooh pa trid, yooh peuh /, n., pl. eupatridae /yooh pa tri dee /. one of the hereditary aristocrats of ancient Athens and other states of Greece, who at one time formed the ruling class. [1825 35; < Gk eupatrídes, lit., of a good father, of… …   Universalium

  • eupatrid — eu·pat·rid …   English syllables

  • eupatrid — eu•pat•rid [[t]yuˈpæ trɪd, ˈyu pə [/t]] n. pl. eu•pat•ri•dae [[t]yuˈpæ trɪˌdi[/t]] anh one of the hereditary aristocrats of ancient Athens and other states of Greece • Etymology: 1825–35; < Gk eupatrídēs lit., those of noble descent …   From formal English to slang

  • eupatrid — /juˈpætrɪd/ (say yooh patrid) noun (plural eupatridae or eupatrids) 1. one of the hereditary aristocrats of ancient Athens and other states of Greece, who at one time formed the ruling class. 2. any aristocrat or patrician. {New Latin, from Greek …   Australian English dictionary

  • eupatrid —   n. aristocrat, especially of ancient Greece …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • eupatrid — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eupatridae — (literally good fathered , i.e. offspring of noble fathers or the well born ) refers to the ancient nobility of the Greek region of Attica. Tradition ascribes to Theseus, whom it also regards as the author of the union ( synoecism ) of Attica… …   Wikipedia

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