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thronos

[ throh-nos ]
/ ˈθroʊ nɒs /
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noun, plural thro·noi [throh-noi]. /ˈθroʊ nɔɪ/.
an ancient Greek chair, usually highly ornamented, having a high seat and back and rectangular turned or carved legs ending in animal feet.
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Origin of thronos

1960–65; <Greek thrónos;see throne
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How to use thronos in a sentence

  • In Homeric and even in later times, a small table stood before each thronos.

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