Thespis

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Thes·pis

 (thĕs′pĭs) fl. sixth century bc.
Greek poet who reputedly originated Greek tragedy.
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Thespis

(ˈθɛspɪs)
n
(Biography) 6th century bc, Greek poet, regarded as the founder of tragic drama
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Thes•pis

(ˈθɛs pɪs)

n.
fl. 6th century B.C., Greek poet.
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Noun1.Thespis - Greek poet who is said to have originated Greek tragedy (sixth century BC)
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Thespis

[ˈθespɪs] NTespis
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