Q: What is the origin of the words laconia and Lacedaemon?

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what is the origin of the words laconia and lacedaemon?, please answer. thanks in advance

Lacedaemon = Sparta (town in Greece, rival of Athen)
laconia = inhabitant of Sparta. > laconism (they were supposedly not very talkative...) ...

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