Definition of Magna Graecia in English:

Magna Graecia

Syllabification: Mag·na Grae·ci·a
Pronunciation: /ˌmaɡnə ˈɡrāSH(ē)ə
 
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The ancient Greek cities of southern Italy, founded from circa 750 bc onward by colonists from Euboea, Sparta, and elsewhere in Greece.

Origin

Latin, literally 'Great Greece'.

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