from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountain range of southern Greece in the northwest Peloponnesus. The tallest peak is Mount Erymanthos, about 2,225 m (7,295 ft) high. In Greek legend, the range was the haunt of the ferocious Erymanthian boar, which was ultimately slain by Hercules.
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- proper n. A mountain in the southcentral part of the Achaia prefecture in southwestern Greece
- proper n. A river in the southwestern Peloponnese in southwestern Greece, it flows into the Achaia and the Ilia prefectures
From Ancient Greek Ἐρύμανθος (Erumanthos) (Wiktionary)