[ kahy-ron ]
/ ˈkaɪ rɒn /
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noun Classical Mythology.
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Words nearby Cheiron
Chehalis, cheilitis, cheilo-, cheiloplasty, cheiro-, Cheiron, Cheju, Cheka, Chekhov, Chekhov, Anton, Chekhovian
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How to use Cheiron in a sentence
Jason was going to answer her scornfully, when Cheiron's words, "Speak harshly to no soul whom you may meet," came to his mind.
And old Cheiron clapped his hands together and beat his hoofs upon the ground, for wonder at that magic song.
Then, as Cheiron saw them, he leapt up and welcomed them every one, and set a feast of venison before them.
One of them named Cheiron, famous for his knowledge of medicine, music and botany, had been the teacher of Hercules.
Peleus kindled in the gods desire to give him Thetis, and to hymn their nuptials at the board of Cheiron.The Sportsman|Xenophon
British Dictionary definitions for Cheiron
/ (ˈkaɪrɒn, -rən) /
a variant spelling of Chiron
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