[ troh-pahy-on ]
/ troʊˈpaɪ ɒn /
noun, plural tro·pai·a [troh-pahy-uh] /troʊˈpaɪ ə/.
a tropaeum, especially in Greece.
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Origin of tropaion
< Greek trópaion; see trophy
Words nearby tropaion
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