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Nautes

[ naw-teez, noh- ]
/ ˈnɔ tiz, ˈnoʊ- /
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noun
(in the Aeneid) an aged Trojan and advisor to Aeneas.
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How to use Nautes in a sentence

  • Take thou heed to the counsel which Nautes giveth thee, for it is good.

    Stories from Virgil|Alfred J. Church
  • And then they all went in to their archumpelygo, where Crewdson and his ladies were waiting for them, rari nautes.

    Love and Lucy|Maurice Henry Hewlett
  • Nautes advises Æneas to leave behind the weak and aged with Acestes.

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