Pindar meaning

pĭndər
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(ca. 522-443 BC) A great Ancient Greek lyric poet from Thebes.
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Greek lyric poet remembered especially for his odes celebrating victorious athletes.
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(person) 522?-438? b.c.; Gr. lyric poet.
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Alternative form of pindal.
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Origin of pindar

  • From Ancient Greek Πίνδαρος (Pindaros).

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