stephanion

[stə-fānē-ŏn′]
Related formsste•phani•al adj.
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Historical Examples of stephanion

  • "I thought so too," said Stephanion, in apology for the foolish idea.

  • Stephanion, a Greek woman who grew up in a Macedonian household, must know something about her.

  • My old nurse, Stephanion, whom my father brought a captive from Sinope to Pasargadae.