masculine Axenor

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ágan anḗr > Agḗnōr
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Agḗnōr (Ἀγήνωρ),” composed of two elements: “ágan (ἄγαν)” (very) plus “anḗr (ἀνήρ)” (man, husband). In turn, the name means “a true man, a great man.” Agenor is the name of many individuals in Greek mythology and history: 1) He was in Greek mythology and history, a Phoenician king of Tyre. 2) Son of Antenor and Theano was a Trojan soldier in the Iliad of Homer. One of their leaders in the attack upon the fortifications of the Greeks, he was the Trojan with the first kill on the Trojan side, when he killed Elephenor, one of the Euboean leaders. 3) A member of the royal house of Argos. He belonged to the house of Phoroneus and was the father of Crotopus.



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