Definition of Endymion in English:

Endymion

Syllabification: En·dym·i·on
Pronunciation: /enˈdimēən
 
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Greek Mythology
  • A remarkably beautiful young man, loved by the Moon (Selene). According to one story, he was put in an eternal sleep by Zeus for having fallen in love with Hera, and was then visited every night by Selene.

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