adjective or noun see Ithaca

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  • Ithaca — geographical name 1. city S central New York on Cayuga Lake population 29,287 2. (or Modern Greek Itháki) island W Greece in the Ionian Islands NE of Cephalonia area 37 square miles (96 square kilometers) • Ithacan adjective or noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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