noun Me·dea \mə-ˈdē-ə\

Definition of Medea

  1. :  an enchantress noted in Greek mythology for helping Jason gain the Golden Fleece and for repeatedly resorting to murder to gain her ends

Origin and Etymology of medea

Latin, from Greek Mēdeia

First Known Use: 14th century

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