[lahy-san-der] /laɪˈsæn dər/

died 395 b.c, Spartan naval commander and statesman.
died 395 bc, Spartan naval commander of the Peloponnesian War

masc. proper name, from Greek Lysandros, literally “releasing men,” from comb. form of lyein “to release” (see lose) + -andros “man” (see anthropo-).


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