Metic

In ancient Greece, the term metic (Greek métoikos: from metá, indicating change, and oîkos `dwelling`) referred to a resident alien, one who did not have citizen rights in his or her Greek city-state (polis) of residence. If it had been borrowed early, Greek métoikos would have become Latin metoecus and English metecous (or similar). But bec.....
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metic

[n] - an alien who paid a fee to reside in an ancient Greek city
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Metic

• (n.) A sojourner; an immigrant; an alien resident in a Grecian city, but not a citizen.
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metic

noun an alien who paid a fee to reside in an ancient Greek city
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Metic

Met'ic noun [ Greek ..., prop., changing one's abode; ..., indicating change + ... house, abode: confer Latin metoecus , French métèque .] (Gr. Antiq.) A sojourner; an immigrant; an alien resident in a Grecian city, but not a citizen. Mitford. « The whole force of At...
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metic

in ancient Greece, any of the resident aliens, including freed slaves. Metics were found in most states except Sparta. In Athens, where they were ...
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metic

In antiquity, a Greek who chose to move and live alongside another citizen community. The metic population in Athens was large and often wealthy (many metics were involved in trade or industry), but...
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