Definition of Aristophanes in English:

Aristophanes

proper noun

  • (c.450–c.385 bc), Greek comic playwright. His surviving plays are characterized by exuberant language and the satirization of leading contemporary figures. Notable works: Lysistrata, the Birds, the Frogs.

Pronunciation:

Aristophanes

/ˌarɪˈstɒfəniːz/