Amyntor

[ am-in-tawr ]
/ ˈæm ɪnˌtɔr /

noun Classical Mythology.

a king of Ormenium who refused to give his daughter Astydamia to Hercules and who was slain by Hercules.

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Example sentences from the Web for amyntor

  • This work being violently opposed, was speedily followed by "Amyntor," or a defence of Milton's life, containing—1.

    Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers|Charles Bradlaugh, A. Collins, and J. Watts
  • The spurious gospels opened a fresh theological campaign, and produced his “Amyntor.”

  • Oedipus and Amyntor and Theseus cursed their children, and their curses took effect.

    Laws|Plato