Definition of Aristides in English:

Aristides

Syllabification: Ar·is·ti·des
Pronunciation: /ˌerəˈstīdēz
 
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( 5th century bc), Athenian statesman and general; known as Aristides the Just. He commanded the Athenian army at the battle of Plataea (479 bc).

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