Latin, literally “A Step to Parnassus,” mountain sacred to Apollo and the Muses, title of a dictionary of prosody used in English public schools for centuries as a guide to Roman poetry. The book dates from the 1680s.
[gree-ee] /ˈgri i/ plural noun, Classical Mythology. 1. three old sea goddesses who had but one eye and one tooth among them and were the protectors of their sisters the Gorgons. /ˈɡriːiː/ plural noun 1. (Greek myth) three aged sea deities, having only one eye and one tooth among them, guardians of their sisters, the […]
[gree-shee-uh mag-nuh] /ˈgri ʃi ə ˈmæg nə/ noun 1. .
[gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/ verb (used with or without object), Graecized, Graecizing. Chiefly British. 1. . [gree-siz-uh m] /ˈgri sɪz əm/ noun 1. the spirit of Greek thought, art, etc. 2. adoption or imitation of this. 3. an idiom or peculiarity of Greek. /ˈɡriːsɪzəm/ noun 1. Greek characteristics or style 2. admiration for or imitation of […]
[gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/ verb (used with or without object), Graecized, Graecizing. Chiefly British. 1. . [gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/ verb (used with object), Grecized, Grecizing. 1. to impart Greek characteristics to. 2. to translate into Greek. verb (used without object), Grecized, Grecizing. 3. to conform to what is Greek; adopt Greek speech, customs, etc. /ˈɡriːsaɪz/ verb […]