Amarynceus

[ uh-mar-in-syoos ]
/ əˈmær ɪnˌsyus /

noun (in the Iliad)

a king of Messene who ruled Elis with Augeas and who was slain by Nestor in a war against the Pylians.

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Example sentences from the Web for amarynceus

  • Then fate fell upon Diores, son of Amarynceus, for he was struck by a jagged stone near the ancle of his right leg.

    The Iliad|Homer