One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A believer in or advocate of Panhellenism; specifically (in ancient times) a person whose patriotism was related to Greek culture as a whole, rather than to an individual city or state; (in the 19th and early 20th centuries) an advocate of the political union of all Greek-speaking peoples, a Greek irredentist.
Of or relating to a Panhellenist; characterized by Panhellenism.
Mid 19th century. From pan- + Hellenist [adjective], after Panhellenism.
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