Lapith

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Lap·ith

 (lăp′ĭth)
n. Greek Mythology
One of a Thessalian tribe who at the disastrous wedding of their king defeated the drunken centaurs.
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Lapith

(ˈlæpɪθ)
n, pl Lapithae (ˈlæpɪˌθiː) or Lapiths
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a member of a people in Thessaly who at the wedding of their king, Pirithoüs, fought the drunken centaurs
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C'est ainsi qu'on raconte la legende des noces de Pirithoos, roi des Lapithes.