Definition of Rhadamanthus in English:

Rhadamanthus

Syllabification: Rhad·a·man·thus
Pronunciation: /ˌradəˈmanTHəs
 
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Greek Mythology
The son of Zeus and Europa, and brother of Minos, who, as a ruler and judge in the underworld, was renowned for his justice.

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