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noun Le·da \ˈlē-də\

Definition of LEDA

:  the mother of Clytemnestra and Castor by her husband Tyndareus and of Helen and Pollux by Zeus who comes to her in the form of a swan

Origin of LEDA

Latin, from Greek Lēda
First Known Use: circa 1527

Rhymes with LEDA


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