noun, plural tel·a·mo·nes [tel-uh-moh-neez] /ˌtɛl əˈmoʊ niz/. Architecture.
Origin of telamon
Definition for telamon (2 of 2)
noun Classical Mythology.
Examples from the Web for telamon
Telamon his father will cast him off for being absent in his brother's hour of weakness whom he loved as his own life.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb
And Telamon and the sons of Tyndarus, and Meleager the son36 of Œneus, said that they would follow him.Stories of the Old world|Alfred John Church
Him the son of Telamon, rushing through the crowd, smote in close fight through the brazen-cheeked helmet.
Her husband, Telamon, was now dead, but his son Aʹjax still held her as a prisoner at his court.The Story of Troy|Michael Clarke
Nine accepted the challenge; but the lot fell upon Ajax, the son of Telamon.The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art (2nd ed.) (1911)|Charles Mills Gayley