Definition of Ixion in English:

Ixion

Syllabification: Ix·i·on
Pronunciation: /ikˈsīən, ˈiksēˌän
 
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Greek Mythology
A king who, by Zeus’s command, was pinned to a fiery wheel that revolved unceasingly through the underworld, as punishment for his alleged seduction of Hera.

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