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Ae·ne·as

 (ĭ-nē′əs)
n. Greek & Roman Mythology
The Trojan hero of Virgil's epic poem, the Aeneid, and son of Anchises and Aphrodite. He escaped the sack of Troy and wandered for seven years before settling in Italy.
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Aeneas

(ɪˈniːəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth a Trojan prince, the son of Anchises and Aphrodite, who escaped the sack of Troy and sailed to Italy via Carthage and Sicily. After seven years, he and his followers established themselves near the site of the future Rome
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Ae•ne•as

(ɪˈni əs)

n.
a Trojan hero, the legendary ancestor of the Romans and protagonist of the Aeneid.
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Noun1.Aeneas - a mythical Greek warrior who was a leader on the Trojan side of the Trojan WarAeneas - a mythical Greek warrior who was a leader on the Trojan side of the Trojan War; hero of the Aeneid
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Translations

Aeneas

[iːˈniːəs] NEneas
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Aeneas

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Aeneas

[ɪˈniːəs] nEnea m
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The Belfast university's dreams of playing in the finals' weekend on February 21/22 on their home pitch were dashed by two goals in the last 10 minutes from GMIT substitutes Shane Hennelly (above) and Aineas Lawless.
It is at this point that we first meet Poulydamas, On the other side of the ditch at the break of the plain the Trojans gathered about tall Hektor and stately Poulydamas and Aineas, honoured by Trojans in their countryside as a god is, and the three sons of Antenor, Polybos, and brilliant Agenor, and Akamas, a young man still, in the likeness of the immortals.
Aineas might have perished had not Venus ..." [5.311-12]), Aeneas