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Treated as plural. A member of a supposed pre-Hellenic people inhabiting the coasts and islands of the eastern Mediterranean and Aegean; the Pelasgians.
Late 16th century; earliest use found in Arthur Hall (1539–1605), translator and politician. From classical Latin Pelasgī (plural) the Pelasgians from ancient Greek Πελασγοί, plural of Πελασγός a Pelasgian.
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