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kalokagathia (s) (noun) (no pl)
1. A combination of the good and the beautiful in a person from Greek, καλὸς κἀγαθός (καλοκαγαθία): Rose had perfect character, a kalokagathia, because she was absolutely truthful, pretty, always in good humor, and always had a desire to help others in need.
2. The nobility and goodness of character: Kalokagathia was a fixed term with which the Athenian aristocracy referred to itself. According to the ethical philosophers, the first of whom were Athenian gentlemen, the term came to mean the ideal or perfect man.

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