from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient city of Greek Macedonia. It was the capital of Macedon from the fourth century to 168 B.C., when the territory was conquered by the Romans.
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- proper n. An ancient city, capital of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia.
- proper n. A prefecture of Greece in its periphery of Central Macedonia.
- proper n. A town of Greece in Central Macedonia.
From Ancient Greek Πέλλα. (Wiktionary)