Definition of Alcibiades in English:

Alcibiades

proper noun

  • (c.450–404 bc), Athenian general and statesman. He led the unsuccessful Athenian expeditions against Sparta and Sicily during the Peloponnesian War but fled to Sparta after being charged with sacrilege.

Pronunciation

Alcibiades

/ˌalsɪˈbʌɪədiːz/