[hek-yoo-buh] /ˈhɛk yʊ bə/

Classical Mythology. the wife of Priam.
(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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