[ mee-jeez ]
/ ˈmi dʒiz /
noun (in the Iliad)
a nephew of Odysseus who commanded the Epeans in the Trojan War.
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Example sentences from the Web for meges
Tlepolemus, contemporary of Meges, was by our supposition the grandson of Phylas.
Phyleus, as the father of Meges, was the of Euphetes one generation before the Trojan war.