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The·se·us

 (thē′sē-əs, -syo͞os′)
n. Greek Mythology
A hero and king of Athens who slew the Minotaur and united Attica.

The·se′an (thĭ-sē′ən) adj.
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Theseus

(ˈθiːsɪəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a hero of Attica, noted for his many great deeds, among them the slaying of the Minotaur, the conquest of the Amazons, whose queen he married, and participation in the Calydonian hunt
Thesean adj
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The•se•us

(ˈθi si əs, -syus)

n.
a legendary hero of Attica and king of ancient Athens, renowned for the slaying of the Minotaur.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Theseus - (Greek mythology) a hero and king of Athens who was noted for his many great deeds: killed Procrustes and the Minotaur and defeated the Amazons and united AtticaTheseus - (Greek mythology) a hero and king of Athens who was noted for his many great deeds: killed Procrustes and the Minotaur and defeated the Amazons and united Attica
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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Translations

Theseus

[ˈθiːsjuːs] NTeseo
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Theseus

[ˈθiːsɪəs] nTeseo
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References in periodicals archive ?
Shakespeare's play of magic and mischief, begins with Thesius, the Duke of Athens, and Hippolyta planning their wedding celebrations.
Egeus asks Thesius' support in his wish that his daughter, Hermia, either marries Demetrius or is sent to her death.
A midsummer night's dream, People's Theatre, Newcastle, until Saturday - Shakespeare's play of magic and mischief, begins with Thesius, the Duke of Athens, and Hippolyta planning their wedding celebrations.