Etymology First attested in English in 1593<ref name"EOD-etymdate">The Online Etymology Dictionary, Â© 2001 Douglas Harper</ref>: from L. term|Catamitus|CatamÄ«tus|langla, from
Ett. term|Catmite, from AGr.
Î¼Î®Î´Î·Ï|trGanumá¸dÄs||Ganymede|lang=grc; in w:Greek mythology|Greek mythology, an
attractive Trojan boy abducted to w:Mount Olympus|Mount Ãlympos by the god Zeus to become his cupbearer and, later, his lover.
Pronunciation a|RP IPA|/ËkÃ¦tÉmaÉªt/
#* 2007: w:Esther Hall|Esther Hall as w:Minor characters of Rome#Lyde|Lyde in Episode XVII (episode V of season II): w:Heroes of the Republic|âHeroes of the Republicâ of w:Rome (TV series)|Rome on the 4<sup>th</sup> day (and repeated on the
6<sup>th</sup> day) of July, 2007 #*: And what about your brother? âIs he to be a catamite?
Related terms pathic
ru:catamite vi:catamite zh:catamite