noun Ae·a·cus \ˈē-ə-kəs\

Definition of Aeacus

  1. :  a son of Zeus who is given the Myrmidons as followers and becomes on his death a judge of the underworld

Origin and Etymology of aeacus

Latin, from Greek Aiakos

First Known Use: circa 1572

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