noun, plural e·phe·bi [ih-fee-bahy] /ɪˈfi baɪ/.
Origin of ephebus
Examples from the Web for ephebi
Moreover, the quiet Caesarion, still subject to his tutor, had not understood how to win the favour of the Ephebi.
In Roman imperial times the ephebi had to deliver a speech at the Haloa.
The Ephebi of Alexandria must make her feel the power of youth.
They were a band of the Ephebi, formerly commanded by Archibius, and to whose leadership more recently Dion had been elected.
A little band of Ephebi were pacing to and fro before the house.