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  • noun The founder of Troy.

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  • noun (Greek mythology) founder of Troy

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Examples

  • Dardanus himself or any sorcerer of note from the time of Zoroaster and

    The Defense

  • To be sure, Ganymede whom I am carrying off from the halls of Dardanus.

    The Cyclops

  • To the halls of Dardanus, that Menelaus may recover

    Iphigenia at Aulis

  • Ilium and captured the famous city of Dardanus, he came hither to Argos and has set up high on the temple-walls many a trophy, spoil of the barbarians.

    Electra

  • To be sure, Ganymede whom I am carrying off from the halls of Dardanus.

    The Cyclops

  • Ilium and captured the famous city of Dardanus, he came hither to Argos and has set up high on the temple-walls many a trophy, spoil of the barbarians.

    Electra

  • Dardanus himself or any sorcerer of note from the time of Zoroaster and

    The Defense

  • To the halls of Dardanus, that Menelaus may recover

    Iphigenia at Aulis

  • Ye feathered birds with necks outstretched, comrades of the racing clouds, on on! till ye reach the Pleiads in their central station and Orion, lord of the night; and as ye settle on Eurotas 'banks proclaim the glad tidings that Menelaus hath sacked the city of Dardanus, and will soon be home.

    Helen

  • Ye feathered birds with necks outstretched, comrades of the racing clouds, on on! till ye reach the Pleiads in their central station and Orion, lord of the night; and as ye settle on Eurotas 'banks proclaim the glad tidings that Menelaus hath sacked the city of Dardanus, and will soon be home.

    Helen

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  • This word must be related to the Dardanelles, that very narrow passageway in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea one has to sail through when sailing to the Sea of Marmara and onto the city of Istanbul. http://tinyurl.com/42fj4uh

    September 24, 2011