Also Dar·da·ni·an [dahr-dey-nee-uh n] /dɑrˈdeɪ ni ən/.
Origin of Dardan
First recorded in 1600–10
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Examples from the Web for dardan
We find an insulated yet remarkable note of kin between the Dardan house and the Greeks in the case of Echepolus.
I therefore gather, that every thing in this part of the Catalogue is strictly Trojan or Dardan.
And that every thing is Trojan, or Dardan, which lies within the division, vv.
The Trojan prince was thus preserved because the Dardan race, to which he belonged, was beloved by Jupiter.The Story of Troy
Juno was Jupiter's Ganymede before the Dardan boy mixed the luscious cup.The Satyricon, Complete
- another name for a Trojan
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