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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHecubaHec‧u‧ba /ˈhekjəbə/  in ancient Greek stories, the wife of Priam and the mother of Hector and Paris. She appears in ancient Greek literature as a typical example of an unlucky mother who experiences suffering. see also Iliad, The
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