Iphinoë

[ ih-fin-oh-ee ]
/ ɪˈfɪn oʊˌi /

noun Classical Mythology.

a daughter of Antia and Proetus who was inflicted with madness for her irreverence toward the gods.Compare Iphianassa (def. 2).
the woman who brought Queen Hypsipyle's message of welcome to Jason and the Argonauts.

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Example sentences from the Web for Iphinoë

  • And the whole assembly gave their consent, and they sent Iphinoe as their herald to the heroes.

    Stories of the Old world|Alfred John Church
  • And so Iphinoe came to the Minyae; and they asked with what intent she had come among them.

    The Argonautica|Apollonius Rhodius