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Pnyx

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Pronunciation: /pnɪks
 
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Definition of Pnyx in English:

The public place of assembly in ancient Athens, a semicircular level cut out of the side of a small hill west of the Acropolis.

Origin

from Greek pnux.

Words that rhyme with Pnyx

admix, affix, commix, fix, Hicks, intermix, MI6, mix, nix, Nyx, pix, prix fixe, pyx, Ricks, six, Styx, transfix, Wicks

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