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- proper noun An Ancient Greek name, particularly borne by a 6th century Ancient Greek lyric poet from Rhegium in Italy.
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Peter Koomen This colorful slug, Ibycus rachelae, is found on forest leaves at altitudes up to about 6,200 feet.
I don't know who Amen Ibycus is, but this suit is way too big for you.
One said, "This suit is a bad fit for you, Amen Ibycus."
Look at the famous Ibycus, at Anacreon of Teos, and at
A single name would be enough: an Amos or a Malachi or an Ibycus.
And were not the murderers of Ibycus similarly captured?
Look at the famous Ibycus, at Anacreon of Teos, and at Alcaeus,  who handled music so well; they wore headbands and found pleasure in the lascivious dances of Ionia.
 Ibycus, a lyric poet of the sixth century, originally from Rhegium in Magna Graecia.
Ibycus had now been some time missing and inquired after, they laid hold of this remark, and reported it to the magistrates.
They were sitting in the theatre, and some cranes flew over their heads, and they laughed and whispered to one another, "Behold the avengers of Ibycus."
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