Description: Greek words for Asia include Ασία and Ασίας. Find more Greek words at wordhippo.com!
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Description: "Asia" is the equivalent to Ασία in Greek, and I’m pretty sure you’ve heard it many times before already. It’s also good to know, that Αφρική means "Africa" in Greek, as well as "America" is …
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Description: Ἀσία, Ἀσίας, ἡ, Asia; 1. Asia proper,ἡἰδίωςκαλουμένῃἈσία(Ptolemy, 5, 2), or proconsular Asia (often so called from the 16th century down; but correctly speaking it was apvoeinciaconsularis, although the ruler of it was vested with 'proconsular power.'.
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Description: We hope this will help you to understand Greek better. Here is the translation and the Greek word for Asia: Ασία
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Description: The idea of a place called "Asia" was originally a concept of Greek civilization, though this might not correspond to the entire continent currently known by that name. The English word comes from Latin literature, where it has the same form, "Asia". Whether "Asia" in other languages comes from Latin of the Roman Empireis much less certain, and the ultimate source of the Latin word is unc…
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Description: In Greek mythology, Asia ( Ancient Greek: Ἀσία) was one of the 3,000 Oceanids, daughters of the Titans Oceanus and his sister-spouse Tethys. In some accounts, her mother was called Pompholyge and sister of Libye. Contents 1 Mythology 2 Genealogy 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References Mythology
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Description: ASIA MINOR (Ἀσία ἡ μικρά: Anatolia), was the peninsula on the extreme W. of Asia, bounded by the Euxine, Aegean, and Mediterranean, on the N., W., and S.; and on the E. by the mountains on the W. of the upper course of the Euphrates. It was, for the most part, a fertile country, intersected with mountains and rivers, abounding in minerals, possessing excellent harbours, and …
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Description: Of West Asia (region) ASIE (Asia) was an Oceanid-nymph of Lydia in Anatolia (West Asia) and the wife of the Titan Prometheus. The term Asia was first applied by the ancient Greeks to the region of Anatolia (modern Turkey) rather than the entire continental mass. More specifically Asia was used to describe the ancient empire of the Lydians and its royal family (the Asiad clan)--a …
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