a son of Clytemnestra and her lover Aegisthus. He became ruler of Mycenae after the death of his parents.
a descendant of Hercules who conquered Corinth.
Aletes was slain by Orestes, and 176 Electra became the wife of Pylades.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 2 Various
So Helymus does, so Aletes ripe of years, so the boy Ascanius, and the rest of the people follow.
The Aeneid of Virgil Virgil
Then the old man Aletes said: “Surely, Troy hath not altogether perished, having yet such hearts as yours.”
Stories from Virgil Alfred J. Church
a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “truth.”. Historical Examples The next moment Alethea stood before her, with outstretched arms. Scenes and Characters Charlotte M. Yonge Alethea was more serious, naturally, than he had ever seen her before. John Deane of Nottingham W.H.G. Kingston His face was flushed, and Alethea Craig always declared […]
the ancient Greek personification of truth. Historical Examples The train which carried Alethia towards her destination was a local one, with the wayside station habit strongly developed. The Toys of Peace Saki Suddenly, however, their talk took a dramatically interesting turn, and Alethia listened with wide-eyed attention. The Toys of Peace Saki So these were […]
adjective (logic) of or relating to such philosophical concepts as truth, necessity, possibility, contingency, etc designating the branch of modal logic that deals with the formalization of these concepts
the branch of logic dealing with truth and error.