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Echetus - An ancient king of Greece whose existence has not been fully demonstrated in historical terms. He was apparently known as 'the destroyer of men.' Echetus was a name that acquired a news meaning: Tyrant, and allegedly, the king became notorious for his cruelty: The punishment for begging on the streets under his rule included cutting both ears and hands, and castrating the accused by ripping off the genitals; everything was then fed to hungry dogs as the victim watched.
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Origin of the term - Greece.
Phonetics - This term is phonetically described or pronounced as: Literal.
Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: tyrant, torture.
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