Definition of Myrmidones

1. myrmidon [n] - See also: myrmidon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myrmidones

myrmecologies
myrmecologist
myrmecologists
myrmecology
myrmecophage
myrmecophages
myrmecophagous
myrmecophagy
myrmecophile
myrmecophiles
myrmecophilous
myrmecophyte
myrmecophytes
myrmecophytic
myrmicine
myrmidones (current term)
myrmidonian
myrmidons
myrmomancy
myrobalan
myrobalan plum
myrobalans
myronic
myronic acid
myrophine
myrosin
myrosinase
myrosinases
myrrh
myrrh tree

Literary usage of Myrmidones

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tooke's Pantheon of the Heathen Gods, and Illustrious Heroes: Revised for a by François Pomey (1827)
"How is Mors, or Death, represented? Who are the judges of hell, and whose sons were they ? What is the origin of the myrmidones ? What was the province of ..."

2. The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troy by Raoul Lefèvre (1894)
"... assembles the nobles and addresses them on the subject, 624 ; is sorrowful when they refuse to listen to his proposals, and commands his myrmidones not ..."

3. A Study of Archaism in Euripides by Clarence Augustus Manning (1916)
"159. 8, cite as the opening of this play. The myrmidones is conjectured to be the first play of the trilogy, ..."

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