Definitions for laiusˈleɪ əs, ˈleɪ i əs

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La•iusˈleɪ əs, ˈleɪ i əs(n.)

  1. a legendary king of Thebes, the husband of Jocasta and father of Oedipus.

    Category: Mythology

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  1. Laius(noun)

    (Greek mythology) king of Thebes who was unwittingly killed by his son Oedipus

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  1. Laius

    In Greek mythology, King Laius, or Laios of Thebes was a divine hero and key personage in the Theban founding myth. Son of Labdacus, he was raised by the regent Lycus after the death of his father.


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width(noun)

size from side to side

What is the width of this material?; This fabric comes in three different widths.

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