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Complete Definition of "Aeschylus"

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Etymology
From AGr. polytonic|�ἰ���λο� (Aischulos)

Pronunciation
AHD: /�skĭlŭs Ae·schyl·us/

Proper noun
Aeschylus

  1. A Greek dramatic poet (525 BC - 456 BC); Aeschylus was the earliest of the three greatest Greek tragedians.

Translations
trans-top|Greek tragedian
Alsatian: Aischylos m
Aragonese: Esquilo m
Capeverdean Crioulo

  • Badiu: Eskilo
  • São Vicente: Eskilo?'
Catalan: Esquil? m
Chinese: ����� (Esukilosu)
Dutch: Aischylos
Esperanto: Esĥilo
Finnish: Aiskhylos m
French: t+|fr|Eschyle|m
German: Aischylos
Greek: t+|el|�ι���λο�|m|sc=Grek
Ancient Greek: polytonic|�ἰ���λο� (Aischulos) m
Hebrew: ���ס����ס (Aishilos)
Hungarian: Aiszkhülosz
Interlingua: Eschilo?
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Interlingue: Eschyle
Italian: t-|it|Eschilo|m
Japanese: ������� (Aisukūrosu or Aisukuurosu)
Korean: ������ (Aisukillosu)
Latin: t-|la|Aeschylus|m
Limburgish: Aischylos m
Lithuanian: Aischilas m
Luxembourgish: Aischylos m
Polish: Ajschylos m
Portuguese: �squilo m
Russian: Э��ил m (Jeshil or Yeskhil)
Serbian:

Spanish: Esquilo m
Swedish: Aischylos n
Ukrainian: ����л (Eskhil)
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See also
Euripides
Sophocles

Category:English proper nouns

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