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Definition of Lotophagi

Lotophagi
Lotophagi Lo*toph"a*gi, n. pl. [L., fr. Gr. ?; ? the lotus + ? to eat.] (Class. Myth.) A people visited by Ulysses in his wanderings. They subsisted on the lotus. See Lotus (b), and Lotus-eater.

Meaning of Lotophagi from wikipedia

- lotus-eaters (Gr****: λωτοφάγοι, lōtophagoi), are also referred to as the lotophagi or lotophaguses (singular lotophagus /ləˈtɒfəɡəs/) or lotophages (singular...
- and which was said to be the only food of an island people called the Lotophagi or Lotus-eaters. When they ate of the lotus tree they would forget their...
- likely candidate (among several) for the lotus plant eaten by the mythical Lotophagi in Homer's Odyssey. This lotus has been used to produce perfumes since...
- Commonwealth country. N. nouchali might have been one of the plants eaten by the Lotophagi of Homer's Odyssey.[citation needed] N. nouchali is used as an ornamental...
- adornment. The white lotus is a candidate for the plant eaten by the Lotophagi of Homer's Odyssey. Though the plant contains a quinolizidine alkaloid...
- likely candidate (among several) for the lotus plant eaten by the mythical Lotophagi in Homer's Odyssey. Used in aromatherapy, Nymphaea caerulea is purported...
- element or part of the word Gr**** φαγιστής (phagistḗs) eater; see -phagia Lotophagi -phagy Forms nouns that denotes 'feeding on' the first element or part...
- "Asbystae", "Marmaridae", "Auschisae", "Nasamones", "Macae", "Lotus-eaters (or Lotophagi)", "Garamantes", "Gaetulians", "Mauri", and "Luwatae", as well as many...
- and which was said to be the only food of an island people called the Lotophagi or Lotus-eaters. When they ate of the lotus tree they would forget their...
- in Homer (Odyssey 9, 82–104) and Herodotus (4, 177), who mention the Lotophagi (Lotus-eaters), an indigenous people on the North African coast, who according...
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