Patroclus

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Pa·tro·clus

 (pə-trō′kləs)
n. Greek Mythology
A Greek warrior, attendant, and friend to Achilles, killed by Hector in the Trojan War.

Patroclus

(pəˈtrɒkləs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a friend of Achilles, killed in the Trojan War by Hector. His death made Achilles return to the fight after his quarrel with Agamemnon

Pa•tro•clus

(pəˈtroʊ kləs)

n.
a friend of Achilles, slain by Hector at Troy.
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Noun1.Patroclus - (Greek mythology) a friend of Achilles who was killed in the Trojan WarPatroclus - (Greek mythology) a friend of Achilles who was killed in the Trojan War; his death led Achilles to return to the fight after his quarrel with Agamemnon
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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