or Er·i·man·thus, Er·y·man·thos
Examples from the Web for erymanthus
Erymanthus is a range of mountains separating Arcadia from Achaia and Elis.Minor Poems by Milton|John Milton
His way to the mountains of Erymanthus lay through the country of the Centaurs, and of his old teacher, Chiron.Gods and Heroes|R. E. Francillon
Erymanthus, a mountain in Arcadia that was the haunt of the boar killed by Hercules.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
The other seems like a mythological vision, a nymph from the banks of Erymanthus.Jonathan and His Continent|Max O'Rell
On the east again there is a broad and rapid river, the Erymanthus, about which so many tales are told.