Adulter; Paris, the son of Priam, who carried off Helen the wife of Menelaus; which gave rise to the Trojan war. Her resentment would not suffer her to call him by his proper name, but suggested one, which, while it sufficiently distinguished him, reproached him at the same time with his crime.
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