Pylos

[ pee-laws; English pahy-los, -lohs ]
/ ˈpi lɔs; English ˈpaɪ lɒs, -loʊs /

noun

Greek name of Navarino.

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Pylos
/ (ˈpaɪlɒs) /

noun

a port in SW Greece, in the SW Peloponnese; scene of a defeat of the Spartans by the Athenians (425 bc) during the Peloponnesian War and of the Battle of NavarinoItalian name: Navarino Modern Greek name: Pílos See Navarino
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