noun Classical Mythology.
Related formsBel·ler·o·phon·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for bellerophon
Pegasus spread his strong wings and was just about to fly when Bellerophon held out the bridle.
It was in Torbay that the newspapers brought on board the Bellerophon first announced what was under consideration.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Bellerophon was brave; he was handsome; he was kind-hearted.
In one near the statues of Diana and Bellerophon the water flowed through the hoofs of the horse Pegasus.
Nearly everyone loved Bellerophon; but there was one man who did not like him.