Definition of pylagore in English:

pylagore

noun

Ancient Greek History
  • Chiefly in plural Either of the two deputies sent by each constituent State to the Amphictyonic Council.

Origin

Late 16th century. From ancient Greek Πυλαγόρας delegate sent to the Amphictyonic Council from Πύλαι, the name of the Thermopylae (the older place of assembly of the Pythian Amphictyony) + ἀγορά.

Pronunciation

pylagore

/ˈpɪləɡɔː/