Pyrrhus



[pir-uh s] /ˈpɪr əs/

noun
1.
c318–272 b.c, king of Epirus c300–272.
2.
Classical Mythology. .
/ˈpɪrəs/
noun
1.
319–272 bc, king of Epirus (306–272). He invaded Italy but was ultimately defeated by the Romans (275 bc)
2.
another name for Neoptolemus

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