Definition of Philhellenic

1. Adjective. Characterized by a love of Greece and Grecian things. "The Philhellenic Society"




Definition of Philhellenic

1. a. Of or pertaining to philhellenism.

Definition of Philhellenic

1. Adjective. Loving Greek culture. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Philhellenic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Philhellenic

philately
philatories
philatory
philautic
philauty
philematology
philerast
philerasts
philharmonic
philharmonic orchestra
philharmonic orchestras
philharmonic pitch
philharmonics
philhellene
philhellenes
philhellenic (current term)
philhellenism
philhellenisms
philhellenist
philhellenists
philia
philias
philiater
philibeg
philibegs
philibuster
philip
philippic
philippick
philippics

Literary usage of Philhellenic

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1. The History of the Restoration of Monarchy in France by Alphonse de Lamartine, Rafter (1872)
"... massacres ; assassination of the patriarch—Heroism of the Hellenists—Excitement in Europe at the news—Formation of philhellenic committees—Departure of ..."

2. Narrative of a Journey Across the Balcan by George Thomas Keppel Albemarle (1831)
"... Corinth — A Palikari Chieftain — Garrison of Corinth — American philhellenic Association — Egina — The Piraeus — A Greek Renegade and Parricide. ..."

3. Narrative of a Journey Across the Balcan, by the Two Passes of Selimno and by George Thomas Keppel Albemarle (1831)
"... panto — Corinth — A Palikari Chieftain — Garrison of Corinth — American philhellenic Association — Egina — The Piraeus — A Greek Renegade and Parricide. ..."

4. A Cyclopaedia of Female Biography: Consisting of Sketches of All Women who by Henry Gardiner Adams (1857)
"She is Kst known as the author of songs of liberty, written when philhellenic enthusiasm prevailed all over Germany. Almost all her poetic productions are ..."

5. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1826)
"The chairman of the philhellenic Committee was Mr. Hume; ... Mr. Hume, therefore, teems the most efficient agent of the philhellenic Committee. ..."

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