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Hippomenes

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noun Hip·pom·e·nes \hi-ˈpä-mə-nēz\

Definition of Hippomenes

  1. :  the successful suitor of Atalanta in Greek mythology



Origin and Etymology of hippomenes

Latin, from Greek Hippomenēs


First Known Use: 1567

Rhymes with hippomenes

Abdülaziz, Albigenses, Aragonese, archdiocese, Averroës, Barcelonese, bona fides, bureaucratese, cheval-de-frise, computerese, Diogenes, Dodecanese, Dutch elm disease, Egas Moniz, Eumenides, Euripides, Florida Keys, governmentese, Great Pyrenees, Hesperides, Hippocrates, Indo-Chinese, kissing disease, mad cow disease, Marie-Louise, officialese, Pentagonese, Philoctetes, Sammarinese, social disease, suicide squeeze, superficies, telegraphese, Themistocles, Thucydides, Vietnamese


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