[ kahy-lon ]
/ ˈkaɪ lɒn /
flourished 556 b.c., Greek sage and ephor at Sparta.
Also Chi·lo [kahy-loh] /ˈkaɪ loʊ/.
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Examples from the Web for chilon
At 11:15, we passed the bridge over the stream on which Chilon is built, and a moment later drew up at the town-house.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr
According to Chilon, the great virtue of man was prudence, or well-grounded judgment as to future events.