Œnomaus

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Οἰνόμαος.

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Œnomaus

  1. (Greek mythology) King of Pisa; father of Hippodamia.
    • 1797 CE, John Lemprière, Bibliotheca Classica, third edition, MY, page #519
      This ſeemed totally impoſſible, and to render it more terrible, Œnomaus declared that death would be the conſequence of a defeat in the ſuitors.