Definition of Antaeus in English:

Antaeus

Syllabification: An·tae·us
Pronunciation: /anˈtēəs, -ˈtā-
 
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Greek Mythology
  • A giant, the son of Poseidon and Earth, who compelled all comers to wrestle with him, overcoming and killing them all them until he was defeated by Hercules.

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