Definition of Parnassus, Mount in English:

Parnassus, Mount

Syllabification: Par·nas·sus, Mount
  • A mountain in central Greece, just north of Delphi, that rises to a height of 8,064 feet (2,457 m). Held to be sacred by the ancient Greeks, it was associated with Apollo and the Muses and was regarded as a symbol of poetry. Greek name Parnassós.

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