/ (ˈstraɪmən) /
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transliteration of the Greek name for the Struma
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Words nearby Strymon
strutting, Struve, strychnic, strychnine, strychninism, Strymon, St. Swithin's Day, St. Thomas, Stu, Stuart, Stuart, Gilbert
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How to use Strymon in a sentence
Some of these were on the coasts of Macedonia and Thrace, and some on the banks of the Strymon.Xerxes|Jacob Abbott
This town was near the mouth of the Strymon, a river of Thrace, and out of the direct route to Lesbos.Plutarch's Lives Volume III.|Plutarch
The source of the river Strymon is among the Agrianes near Rhodope.
Then comes the Strymon, and Amphipolis, at the distance of 20 stadia up the river.
The Thracians occupied the region between the rivers Strymon and Danube.