Definition of Pindus Mountains in English:

Pindus Mountains

proper noun

  • A range of mountains in west central Greece that stretch from the border with Albania south to the Gulf of Corinth. The highest peak is Mount Smolikas, which rises to 8,136 feet (2,637 m). Greek name Píndhos.

Pronunciation:

Pindus Mountains

/ˌpindəs ˈmount(ə)nz/