Hel·lene / ˈhelēn/ • n. an ancient Greek. ∎ a native of modern Greece (chiefly in the title of the now exiled royal family): the King of the Hellenes.
Hellene an ancient Greek; said to be descended from Hellen, in Greek mythology, the son or brother of Deucalion.
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