In Greek mythology, Solymus (Solymos) was the ancestral hero and eponym of the tribe Solymi in Pisidia, Lycia. He was a son of either Zeus or Ares; his mother's name is variously given as Chaldene, Caldene "daughter of Pisidus", Calchedonia or Chalcea "the nymph".
Solymus is known to have been married to his own sister Milye, also a local eponymous heroine. A certain Cragus is given as Milye's second husband.
- Realencyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft, Band XV, Halbband 30, Met-Molaris lapis (1932), s. 1710; Band IIIA, Halbband 5, Silacenis-Sparsus (1927), s. 990 (German)