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Argus

noun Ar·gus \ˈär-gəs\

Definition of ARGUS

1
:  a hundred-eyed monster of Greek mythology
2
:  a watchful guardian
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Origin of ARGUS

Latin, from Greek Argos
First Known Use: 14th century

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