1. a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks
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How To Use Achaian In A Sentence

  • Yes, I thought; it was as Achilles 'heir that he must have seen himself; inheritor of the ancient laws, which say a man lives by his pride and shall defend it to the death: Harmodios son of Proxenos son of Harmodios, and so on back to some well-greaved Achaian at Troy. The Praise Singer
  • Other theories include the ‘sniff theory’ proposed by Magnuson in which sniffing in the presence of patulous Eustachaian tube results in air being ‘sucked out’ of the middle ear.
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