Definition of neodamode in English:

neodamode

noun

Ancient Greek History
  • An enfranchised Helot in ancient Sparta.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in William Mitford (1744–1827), historian of ancient Greece. From ancient Greek νεοδαμώδης newly enfranchised from νεο- + (Doric) δᾶμος (Attic δῆμος) people + -ώδης.

Pronunciation

neodamode

/nɪˈɒdəməʊd/