Definition for megara (2 of 2)
noun, plural meg·a·ra [meg-er-uh] /ˈmɛg ər ə/, meg·a·rons. (in pre-Hellenic Greek architecture)
Origin of megaron
Examples from the Web for megara
The first elegy of great importance (43-69) describes the state of Megara when under the control of a democracy.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol I of 2)|John Addington Symonds
In fact, we have sometimes taken dinner at home after straying as far as Megara and Thebes.Vacation days in Greece|Rufus B. Richardson
Over them, however, is a road which leads to Megara and Attica from the Isthmus.
Not less celebrated was another Diocles, the Athenian exile, who fell near Megara in battle, fighting for the boy he loved.A Problem in Greek Ethics|John Addington Symonds
This was so at Megara; and in Crete strangers had a place at the public meals and a dormitory.