arimasp

noun, often capitalized ar·i·masp \ˈarəˌmasp\
variants: or

arimaspian

Definition of arimasp

plural

arimasps

or

arimaspians

also

arimaspi

  1. :  one of a mythical race of one-eyed men of Scythia represented in ancient art as in constant strife with griffins for gold guarded by the griffins

arimaspian

adjective, often capitalized

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Origin and Etymology of arimasp

Arimasp from Latin Arimaspus, from Greek Arimaspos; Arimaspian from Latin Arimaspus + English -ian


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