noun Ad·me·tus \ad-ˈmē-təs\

Definition of Admetus

  1. :  a king of Pherae who is saved by Apollo from his fated death when his wife Alcestis offers to die in his place

Origin and Etymology of admetus

Latin, from Greek Admētos

First Known Use: 1567

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