Definition of Lysander in English:

Lysander

Syllabification: Ly·san·der
Pronunciation: /līˈsandər
 
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( Died 395 bc) Spartan general. He defeated the Athenian navy in 405 and captured Athens in 404, bringing the Peloponnesian War to an end.

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