Definition of Oikists

1. oikist [n] - See also: oikist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oikists

oho
ohone
ohos
ohs
oi
oibara
oibaras
oichomage
oidia
oidioid
oidiomycin
oidium
oik
oikish
oikist
oikists (current term)
oikocrysts
oiks
oikumene
oikumenes
oil
oil-bearing
oil-canning
oil-fired
oil-hardened steel
oil-industry analyst
oil-water interface
oil bath
oil beetle
oil burner

Literary usage of Oikists

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1. Herodotus: the fourth, fifth, and sixth books by Herodotus, Reginald Walter Macan (1895)
"The oikists may all have buen Dorians or at least leading citizens o. 48 infra, though citizens could ill be spared from Sparta in any great number. ..."

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