Definition of Croesus in English:

Croesus

proper noun

  • (6th century BC), last king of Lydia c.560–546 BC. Renowned for his great wealth, he subjugated the Greek cities on the coast of Asia Minor before being overthrown by Cyrus the Great of Persia.

Pronunciation

Croesus

/ˈkrisəs//ˈkrēsəs/