pylagore

noun pyla·gore \ ˈpiləˌgō(ə)r , ˈpīl- \

Definition of pylagore

plural -s
:a deputy of a state at the council of the Delphic Amphictyony of ancient Greece

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Origin and Etymology of pylagore

Greek pylagoras, from Pylai Pylae, Thermopylae, meeting place of the amphictyonic council + Greek -agoras (from ageirein to collect, assemble)


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