[ ih-thoh-mee ]
/ ɪˈθoʊ mi /
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Mount, a mountain in SW Greece, in SW Peloponnesus. 2,630 feet (802 meters).
in ancient geography, a fortress of Messenia on Mount Ithome.
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Words nearby Ithome
Ithaca, Ithacan, Itháki, ither, I think; therefore I am, Ithome, Ithunn, ithyphallic, -itic, itinerancy, itinerant
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How to use Ithome in a sentence
All went well as long as the food lasted, but the time came when the Messenians in Ithome had nothing to eat.The Story of the Greeks|H. A. Guerber
By the “two horns” he meant Ithome and the Acrocorinthus, and by518 the “ox” the Peloponnese.
The people of Tricce, Ithome, and chalia, under the sons of Asclepius.Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 1 of 3|W. E. Gladstone
We ascended Ithome and visited the massive ruins of Messene the same day.
At any rate, Ithome was the fortress in which Aristodemos made the last stand against Sparta in the first war.Vacation days in Greece|Rufus B. Richardson