Definition of Diogenes in English:

Diogenes

proper noun

  • (c.400–c.325 bc), Greek philosopher. The most famous of the Cynics, he lived ascetically in Athens (according to legend, he lived in a tub) and was accordingly nicknamed Kuōn (‘the dog’), from which the Cynics derived their name. He emphasized self-sufficiency and the need for natural, uninhibited behaviour, regardless of social conventions.

Pronunciation:

Diogenes

/dʌɪˈɒdʒɪniːz/