Priam definition by Webster's New World
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Gr. Legend the last king of Troy, who reigned during the Trojan War: he was the father of Hector and Paris
Origin: Classical Latin Priamus ; from Classical Greek Priamos
Priam definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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noun Greek Mythology
The father of Paris, Hector, and Cassandra and king of Troy, who was killed when his city fell to the Greeks.