Troilus

[troi-luh s, troh-uh-]
noun Classical and Medieval Legend.
  1. a warrior son of Priam, mentioned by Homer and Vergil and later represented as the lover of Cressida.
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Troilus

noun
  1. Greek myth the youngest son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, slain at Troy. In medieval romance he is portrayed as the lover of Cressida
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