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ephebus

[ ih-fee-buhs ]
/ ɪˈfi bəs /
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noun, plural e·phe·bi [ih-fee-bahy]. /ɪˈfi baɪ/.
a youth of ancient Greece just entering manhood or commencing training for full Athenian citizenship.
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Origin of ephebus

From Latin; see origin at ephebe
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