Antimachus

[an-tim-uh-kuh s]
noun
  1. Also called the Colophonian. flourished c410 b.c., Greek poet.
  2. (in the Iliad) a chieftain who believed that the Trojans should not return Helen to Menelaus.

Colophonian

[kol-uh-foh-nee-uh n]
noun
  1. a native of Colophon.
  2. the, Antimachus(def 1).
adjective
  1. of or relating to Colophon.

Origin of Colophonian

< Latin colophōni(us) (< Greek; see colophony) + -an
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