Lapith



/ˈlæpɪθ/
noun (pl) Lapithae (ˈlæpɪˌθiː), Lapiths
1.
(Greek myth) a member of a people in Thessaly who at the wedding of their king, Pirithoüs, fought the drunken centaurs

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