noun, plural rhy·ta [rahy-tuh]. /ˈraɪ tə/.
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Example sentences from the Web for rhyton
A boy in a short tunic stands on the right, and holds a kyathos for drawing wine; a rhyton and a vase are seen above his head.
A man, bearded, reclines on a couch, and holds up a rhyton in his right hand.
On the left of the woman is a nude youth holding up a rhyton.
He has a rhyton in his right hand and a cup in his left hand.
He has a cup in the left hand and a rhyton in the right hand.