noun Le·an·der \lē-ˈan-dər\

Definition of Leander

  1. :  a youth in Greek mythology who swims the Hellespont nightly to visit Hero and who ultimately drowns in one of the crossings

Origin and Etymology of leander

Latin, from Greek Leandros

First Known Use: 1513

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