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Proto-Greek

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Etymology

From proto- + Greek.

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Noun

Singular
Proto-Greek

Plural
-

Proto-Greek

  1. The earliest form of the Greek language, the common ancestor of the Greek dialects, including Mycenean and the classical Greek dialects, spoken by the ancestors of the Greeks even before they settled in Greece around 2000 BC.

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