Definition of Helen in English:

Helen

proper noun

Greek Mythology
  • The daughter of Zeus and Leda, born from an egg. In the Homeric poems she was the outstandingly beautiful wife of Menelaus, and her abduction by Paris (to whom she had been promised, as a bribe, by Aphrodite) led to the Trojan War.

Pronunciation:

Helen

/ˈhɛlɪn/