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Actaeon Syllabification: Ac·tae·on
Pronunciation: /akˈtēən/
Greek Mythology

Definition of Actaeon in English:

A hunter who, because he accidentally saw Artemis bathing, was changed into a stag and killed by his own hounds.

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