Definition of Tiresias in English:

Tiresias

Syllabification: Ti·re·si·as
Pronunciation: /tiˈrēsēəs
 
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(also Teiresias) Greek Mythology
A blind Theban prophet, so wise that even his ghost had its wits and was not a mere phantom. Legends account variously for his wisdom and blindness; some stories hold also that he spent seven years as a woman.

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