- The definition of hector is a bully, or it is a man's name.
- An example of a hector is a teenager who always makes fun of and pushes others.
- An example of Hector is Homer's character in Iliad who was killed by Achilles.
- The definition of hector is to bully.
An example of hector is to constantly make fun of someone.
Origin of hectorafter Hector: in early popular; population drama he was portrayed as a bully
- a masculine name
- in Homer's Iliad, the greatest Trojan hero, killed by Achilles to avenge the death of Patroclus: he is Priam's oldest son
Origin of HectorClassical Latin ; from Classical Greek Hektōr, literally , holding fast ; from echein, to hold, have: for Indo-European base see school
verbhec·tored, hec·tor·ing, hec·tors
Origin of hectorFrom earlier Hector, valiant warrior, swaggerer, after Hector.
Origin of HectorLatin Hectōr, from Greek Hektōr.
(third-person singular simple present hectors, present participle hectoring, simple past and past participle hectored)
From Hector, character in the Iliad.
From Ancient Greek Ἕκτωρ (Hektōr), possibly from ἔχω (ekhō, “restrain”).