- [ syll. pyt-hias, py-thi-as ] The baby boy name Pythias is pronounced PIH-THiyAHS †. Pythias has its origins in the Old Greek language and it is used largely in English. Pythias' meaning is 'one from Delphi'.
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Pythias definition is - a friend of Damon condemned to death by Dionysius of Syracuse.
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Pythias synonyms, Pythias pronunciation, Pythias translation, English dictionary definition of Pythias. n. A Greek who rescued his friend Damon, who stood bail for Pythias when he was condemned to die.
• PYTHIAS (noun) Sense 1. Meaning: Friend of Damon; Phintias (according to legend) was condemned to death by Dionysius the Elder and asked a respite to put his affairs in order; Damon pledged his life for the return of his friend; when Phintias returned in time the tyrant released them both (4th century BC)