Ĭtys, Ityos, Ityn or Itym, m., = Ἴτυς. I. Son of Tereus and Progne; he was killed by his mother and served up to his father for food; whereupon he was changed into a pheasant, Progne into a swallow, and Tereus into an owl, Ov. M. 6, 652 sq.—II. A Trojan, slain by Turnus, Verg. A. 9, 574; Prop. 3, 10, 10.