or Si·le·nos, Sei·le·nos
noun, plural Si·le·ni [sahy-lee-nahy] /saɪˈli naɪ/ for 2. Classical Mythology.
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The like may be observed both in the "Pollio" and the "Silenus," where the similitudes are drawn from the woods and meadows.
But indeed he seems not to have ever drank out of Silenus's tankard, when he composed either his Critique or Pastorals.
The rustics watched the sleeping Silenus for a long time, wondering who he might be.Stories of Old Greece and Rome|Emilie Kip Baker
He had a jovial, rotund face, covered in large part by a bushy beard, and would have done excellently as a model for Silenus.War in the Garden of Eden|Kermit Roosevelt
At the summit of the picture Bacchus and Silenus wave wine-glasses while respectively standing and sitting on hogsheads.George Cruikshank|W. H. Chesson