Ptolemaios wrote:If by Perseus you mean LSJ (Liddell-Scott-Jones, A Greek-English Lexicon), then meaning II is exactly what I meant.
William was looking for a word that describes a property
of "Greekness", not the category
of "Greekisms". To clarify, he gave the example "This sentence doesn't have Latinity", and explained that he was looking for a similar word in/for Greek. "This sentence doesn't have Hellenismos" doesn't quite work, in my mind, given the LSJ definitions. "This sentence is not a Hellenismos" would work, but isn't what William wants.
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