Definition of Melos in English:

Melos

proper noun

  • A Greek island in the Aegean Sea, in the southwest of the Cyclades group. The center of a flourishing civilization during the Bronze Age, it is the site of the discovery in 1820 of a Hellenistic marble statue of Aphrodite, the Venus de Milo.

    Greek name Mílos

Pronunciation:

Melos

/ˈmēläs/