Definition of Arcadia in English:

Arcadia

Syllabification: Ar·ca·di·a
Pronunciation: /ärˈkādēə
 
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  • 1A mountainous district in the Peloponnese of southern Greece. In poetic fantasy it represents a pastoral paradise, and in Greek mythology it is the home of Pan.
  • 2A city in southwestern California, northeast of Los Angeles; population 56,248 (est. 2008). The Santa Anita racetrack is here.

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