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Menander

[ muh-nan-der ]
/ məˈnæn dər /
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noun

342?–291 b.c., Greek writer of comedies.

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Menander
/ (məˈnændə) /

noun

?160 bc –?120 bc, Greek king of the Punjab. A Buddhist convert, he reigned over much of NW India
?342–?292 bc, Greek comic dramatist. The Dyskolos is his only complete extant comedy but others survive in adaptations by Terence and Plautus
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