Definition of Alcaeus in English:

Alcaeus

Pronunciation: /alˈsiːəs//alˈkʌɪəs/

proper noun

  • (c.620–c.580 bc), Greek lyric poet. He invented a new form of lyric metre, the alcaic; he also wrote political odes, drinking songs, and love songs. His works were a model for Horace and the verse of the Renaissance.

Pronunciation:

Alcaeus

/alˈsiːəs//alˈkʌɪəs/