noun Chry·se·is \krī-ˈsē-əs\

Definition of Chryseis

  1. :  a daughter of a priest of Apollo in the Iliad narrative taken at Troy by Agamemnon but later restored to her father

Origin and Etymology of chryseis

Latin, from Greek Chrysēis

First Known Use: 1567

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