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Lapith

/ ˈlæpɪθ /

noun

  1. Greek myth a member of a people in Thessaly who at the wedding of their king, Pirithoüs, fought the drunken centaurs


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He is mentioned as a king of the Lapith, and the son of Phoroneus; and placed near mount Olympus.

A female disgracefully set the wild Lapith and the two-formed race in arms, when the wine circulated.

It was as if the Lapith and Centaurs had got together by the ears.

God grant they may not prove to be the feasts of the Lapith and Centaurs!

We close this chapter with an account of Centaurs and Lapith.

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