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Ae·sop(ē′səp, -sŏp′) Sixth century bc.
Greek fabulist traditionally considered the author of Aesop's Fables, including "The Tortoise and the Hare" and "The Fox and the Grapes."
Ae·so′pi·an (ē-sō′pē-ən), Ae·sop′ic (-sŏp′ĭk) adj.
(Biography) ?620–564 bc, Greek author of fables in which animals are given human characters and used to satirize human failings
Aeˈsopian, Aeˈsopic adj
Ae•sop(ˈi səp, ˈi sɒp)
c620–c560 B.C., Greek writer of fables.
Ae•so•pi•an (iˈsoʊ pi ən, iˈsɒp i-) Ae•sop•ic (iˈsɒp ɪk) adj.
|Noun||1.||Aesop - Greek author of fables (circa 620-560 BC)|