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noun 1. an incendiary mixture of unknown composition, used in warfare in medieval times by Byzantine Greeks. 2. any of a group of inflammable mixtures; wildfire. noun 1. a Byzantine weapon employed in naval warfare from 670 ad. It consisted of an unknown mixture that, when wetted, exploded and was projected, burning, from tubes 2. […]
noun 1. a man who is strikingly handsome and well built.
- Greek-letter fraternity
[greek-let-er] /ˈgrikˌlɛt ər/ noun 1. a fraternity whose name consists usually of two or three Greek letters, as Sigma Delta Phi (ΣΔΦ).
- Greek-letter sorority
noun 1. a sorority whose name consists usually of two or three Greek letters, as Lambda Rho (ΛP).