What is another word for xenophon?

Pronunciation: [zˈɛnɒfən] (IPA)

Xenophon is a name derived from Greek, meaning either "strange voice" or "foreign voice". Finding synonyms for this name can prove difficult, given its unique meaning and origin. However, some possible alternatives could include variations of the name, such as Xenophanes or Xenophontos. Other synonyms could be more general terms that relate to the concept of foreignness or otherness, such as "alien", "outsider", or "foreigner". While these terms may not directly relate to the name Xenophon, they do capture the essence of its meaning and could be used in related contexts.

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Usage examples for Xenophon

He showed that verse was but an ornament and did not make poetry, and that there were many poets, among whom he named xenophon, who never versified.
"The Literature of Ecstasy"
Albert Mordell
Two centuries after the fall of the Assyrian kingdom, xenophon, marching up the Tigris with the 10,000, reached the ruins of Chalah.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker
The sides of the tower xenophon put at almost half their real size; the height of the ruins is still about 140 feet.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker

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