Definition of Eumenides in English:

Eumenides

proper noun

Greek Mythology
  • A name given to the Furies. The Eumenides probably originated as well-disposed deities of fertility, whose name was given to the Furies either by confusion or euphemistically.

Origin

Via Latin from Greek, from eumenēs well disposed from eu well + menos spirit.

Pronunciation:

Eumenides

/yo͞oˈmenəˌdēz/