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Scythia Syllabification: Scyth·i·a
Pronunciation: /ˈsiTHēə/

Definition of Scythia in English:

An ancient region in southeastern Europe and Asia. The center of the Scythian empire, which existed between the 8th and 2nd centuries bc, was on the northern shores of the Black Sea and extended from southern Russia to the borders of Persia.

Words that rhyme with Scythia

forsythia • clothier • salvia

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