Definition of Damon in English:

Damon

proper noun

  • A legendary Syracusan of the 4th century bc whose friend Pythias (also called Phintias) was sentenced to death by Dionysius I. Damon stood bail for Pythias, who returned just in time to save him, and was himself reprieved.

    Pythias
    and → Phintias

Pronunciation:

Damon

/ˈdeɪmən/