Pandarus

noun
Pan·​da·​rus | \ ˈpan-də-rəs How to pronounce Pandarus (audio) \

Definition of Pandarus

: a Lycian archer in the Trojan War who in medieval legend procures Cressida for Troilus

First Known Use of Pandarus

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Pandarus

Latin, from Greek Pandaros

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