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Telemachus

noun Te·lem·a·chus \tə-ˈle-mə-kəs\

Definition of TELEMACHUS

:  the son of Odysseus and Penelope who contrives with his father to slay his mother's suitors

Origin of TELEMACHUS

Latin, from Greek Tēlemachos
First Known Use: circa 1556

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