- ['mɪsɪən]noun a native or inhabitant of Mysia, an ancient region of NW Asia Minor.adjective relating to Mysia.
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mysian — I. ˈmishēən adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Mysia, ancient country in northwestern Asia Minor + English an : of or relating to Mysia or to its inhabitants II. noun ( s) Usage: capitalized … Useful english dictionary
Mysian — adjective or noun see Mysia … New Collegiate Dictionary
Mysian — See Mysia. * * * … Universalium
Mysian — ISO 639 3 Code : yms ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Ancient … Names of Languages ISO 639-3
mysian — my·si·an … English syllables
Mysian language — Mysian Spoken in Mysia Ethnicity Mysians Extinct 1st c. BC Language family unclassified, possibly Anatolian … Wikipedia
Mysia — Mysian, adj., n. /mish ee euh/, n. an ancient country in NW Asia Minor. * * * ▪ ancient district, Turkey ancient district in northwest Anatolia adjoining the Sea of Marmara on the north and the Aegean Sea on the west. A vague inland… … Universalium
Mysia — Mysian, adj., n. /mish ee euh/, n. an ancient country in NW Asia Minor … Useful english dictionary
Mysians — Land of the Mysians, who were at the origin of the historic name of the region (Mysia) in northwest Anatolia Mysians (Latin: Mysi, Ancient Greek: Μυσοί) were the inhabitants of Mysia, a region in northwestern Asia Minor … Wikipedia
Dacian language — Dacian Spoken in Romania, northern Bulgaria, eastern Serbia; also (possibly): Moldova, SW Ukraine, eastern Hungary, southern Bulgaria, northern Greece, European Turkey, NW Anatolia (Turkey) Extinct probably by the 6th century AD … Wikipedia