What is another word for Galatian?

Pronunciation: [ɡalˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Galatian is a term commonly used to refer to the people from the ancient region of Galatia, which is located in central Anatolia, Turkey. However, there are several other terms that can be used as synonyms for Galatian. These include Anatolian, Phrygian, Lycaonian, and Pontian. These terms refer to the various ethnic groups that inhabited the Anatolian peninsula during the ancient times. Each of these groups has its own unique history and culture, and they all played a significant role in shaping the ancient world. Therefore, whether you are discussing ancient history or contemporary culture, using these synonyms can help you to express your ideas more accurately and effectively.

What are the hypernyms for Galatian?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    celts, indo-europeans, Anatolians, Ancient peoples.

Usage examples for Galatian

But when he saw the heavy-armed horse, the flower of the army, drawn up under a hill, on the top of which was a broad and open plain about four furlongs distant, and of no very difficult or troublesome access, he commanded his Thracian and Galatian horse to fall upon their flank, and beat down their lances with their swords.
Clough, Arthur Hugh
The Galatian, with a smile, replied, "You, too, Imperator, I observe, are not very early with your Parthian expedition."
"Plutarch's Lives Volume III."
So he acted by the Galatian church, which was flattered into a notion of self-righteousness, and self-justification.
"The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3"
John Bunyan

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