Laestrygonian



[les-trig-uh-neez] /lɛsˈtrɪg əˌniz/

plural noun, singular Laestrygon
[les-tri-gon] /ˈlɛs trɪˌgɒn/ (Show IPA). Classical Mythology.
1.
giant cannibals encountered by Odysseus on his return to Ithaca.

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