Hecuba



[hek-yoo-buh] /ˈhɛk yʊ bə/

noun
1.
Classical Mythology. the wife of Priam.
/ˈhɛkjʊbə/
noun
1.
(classical myth) the wife of King Priam of Troy, and mother of Hector and Paris

principal wife of Priam in the “Iliad,” from Greek Hekabe, perhaps a variant of Hecate.

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