[frik-suh s] /ˈfrɪk səs/
noun, Classical Mythology.
a child who escaped on the back of a ram with his sister Helle from a plot against them. The fleece of the ram, which he sacrificed, was the Golden Fleece.
(Greek myth) the son of Athamas and Nephele who escaped the wrath of his father’s mistress, Ino, by flying to Colchis on a winged ram with a golden fleece See also Helle, Golden Fleece
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noun a fear of thinking Word Origin phronesis ‘thinking’
[froh-nee-sis] /froʊˈni sɪs/ noun, Philosophy. 1. wisdom in determining ends and the means of attaining them.
/frɪˈɡɑːnə/ noun 1. another name for garigue, used esp in Greece