noun plural Lapithae (ˈlæpɪˌθiː) or Lapiths
Examples from the Web for lapith
We close this chapter with an account of Centaurs and Lapith.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
In this metope, the 28th in the original series, the Centaur is victorious; the Lapith lies dead under his feet.
He seems about to attack a Centaur, who rears to the right over the body of a Lapith, who has sunk down in a sitting position.
He is mentioned as a king of the Lapith, and the son of Phoroneus; and placed near mount Olympus.
A Centaur carries away a Lapith woman, who stretches out her arm in appeal for help.