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Antaeus

Syllabification: An·tae·us
Pronunciation: /anˈtēəs, -ˈtā-
 
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Greek Mythology

Definition of Antaeus in English:

A giant, the son of Poseidon and Earth, who compelled all comers to wrestle with him, overcoming and killing them all until he was defeated by Hercules.

Words that rhyme with Antaeus

Andreas, Laius, Menelaus

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