What Is the Definition of Hecuba?

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According to the Greek mythology, Hecuba refers to the wife of a Trojan King by the name Priam. She was the mother of Hector, Paris Troilus and Cassandra. In this legend, Hecuba killed his two sons to revenge the murder of Polydorus.
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Hec·u·ba
[hek-yoo-buh]
NOUN
1.
Classical Mythology the wife of Priam.
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