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Neoptolemus

[ nee-op-tol-uh-muhs ]
/ ˌni ɒpˈtɒl ə məs /
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noun Classical Mythology.
the son of Achilles, who slew Priam at the fall of Troy.
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Also called Pyrrhus.
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Neoptolemus
/ (ˌniːɒpˈtɒləməs) /

noun
Greek myth a son of Achilles and slayer of King Priam of TroyAlso called: Pyrrhus
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