Definition of Plutarch in English:

Plutarch

Syllabification: Plu·tarch
Pronunciation: /ˈplo͞oˌtärk
 
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  • (Circa 46-circa 120), Greek biographer and philosopher; Latin name Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus. He is chiefly known for Parallel Lives, a collection of biographies of prominent Greeks and Romans.

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