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Achates

[ uh-key-teez ]

noun

  1. (in the Aeneid ) the faithful companion and friend of Aeneas.
  2. a faithful friend or companion.


Achates

/ əˈkeɪtiːz /

noun

  1. classical myth Aeneas' faithful companion in Virgil's Aeneid
  2. a loyal friend


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Example Sentences

Luther himself had expressed a desire that his Achates, as he has been called, should accompany him.

Poor N., you had but one timorous supporter, even me, so early your fidus Achates—but one against so many.

And in the mean time neas sent Achates in haste to the ships, that he might fetch Ascanius to the feast.

Then neas departed from the cave, and Achates went with him, and much they wondered who it might be that was dead.

But in the meanwhile Mnestheus and Achates and Ilus led neas to the camp, leaning on his spear.

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