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Antigone

Antigone

noun An·tig·o·ne \an-ˈti-gə-(ˌ)nē\

Definition of ANTIGONE

:  a daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta who buries her brother Polynices' body against the order of her uncle Creon

Origin of ANTIGONE

Greek Antigonē
First Known Use: 1570

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