Definition of Telamon

1. Noun. A figure of a man used as a supporting column.

Exact synonyms: Atlas
Generic synonyms: Column, Pillar



Definition of Telamon

1. Noun. A figure of a man used as a pillar for support. ¹

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Definition of Telamon

1. a male figure used as a supporting column [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telamon

tela choroidea superior
tela choroidea ventriculi quarti
tela choroidea ventriculi tertii
tela conjunctiva
tela elastica
tela subcutanea
tela submucosa
tela submucosa pharyngis
tela subserosa
telae
telaesthesia
telalgia
telalginite
telalginites
telamon (current term)
telamones
telamons
telangiectases
telangiectasia
telangiectasia lymphatica
telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans
telangiectasia verrucosa
telangiectasias
telangiectasic
telangiectasies
telangiectasis
telangiectasy
telangiectatic
telangiectatic angioma

Literary usage of Telamon

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1. The History of Rome by Wilhelm Ihne (1871)
"The victory at telamon was one of the most important CHAP. which the Romans had thus far gained. It put an end . . ,' _- to the fiercest of all the attacks ..."

2. The Temple of Apollo Bassitas by Frederick A. Cooper (1996)
"The consecutive slabs on which Peleus and telamon appear are bound together visually by the Greek BM 533:4 and Amazon BM 534:1 who duel across the join. ..."

3. The history of Rome by Joseph Anton F. Wilhelm Ihne (1871)
"Apart from its influence on the progress of events, the battle of telamon has for us an especial and peculiar interest, because we discern in the ..."

4. Greek Poets in English Verse by William Hyde Appleton (1893)
"VISIT OF HERCULES TO telamon. ANTISTROPHE H. 'T WAS at the ... With eager cheer, and welcome fain, Great telamon the guest to greet Reached ..."

5. Greek Poets in English Verse by William Hyde Appleton (1893)
"VISIT OF HERCULES TO telamon. ANTISTROPHE II. 'T WAS at the Island-Chieftain's lordly feast The high heroic summons came — Stood in the portal high a ..."

6. Greek Poets in English Verse: By Various Translators edited by William Hyde Appleton (1893)
"VISIT OF HERCULES TO telamon. ANTISTROPHE II. 'T WAS at the Island-Chieftain's lordly feast The high heroic summons came — Stood in the portal. high a ..."

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