Cnidus

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Cni·dus

also Cni·dos  (nī′dəs)
An ancient Greek city of Asia Minor in present-day southwest Asiatic Turkey. It was noted for its wealth and its magnificent buildings and statuary.

Cnidus

(ˈnaɪdəs; ˈknaɪ-)
n
(Placename) an ancient Greek city in SW Asia Minor: famous for its school of medicine

Cni•dus

(ˈnaɪ dəs)

n.
an ancient city in SW Asia Minor, in Caria: the Athenians defeated the Spartans in a naval battle near here 394 B.C.