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Rhodos

(ˈrɔðɔs)
n
(Placename) the Ancient Greek name for Rhodes1

Rho•dos

(ˈrɔ ðɔs)

n.
Greek name of Rhodes (def. 2).
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Leonidas of Rhodos could keep his laurels for sprint and a triastes title (triple winner) for at least 12 years.
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