eponymous definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, associated with, or constituting an eponym.
    • Of, associated with, or being anyone or entity and after that one thing or somebody is known as.
    • associated with an eponym; offering a person's title to a tribe, folks, country, and the like.
    • Of, regarding, or constituting an eponym.
    • becoming or concerning or bearing the name of an eponym
    • Of, regarding, or becoming the person or entity and anything or someone is termed.
    • associated with an eponym; giving a person's name to a tribe, individuals, country, and the like.
    • being or relating to or bearing title of an eponym
    • Of, associated with, or constituting an eponym.
    • Of, associated with, or being anyone or entity and after that some thing or some body is termed.
    • concerning an eponym; providing a person's title to a tribe, men and women, nation, and stuff like that.
    • becoming or regarding or bearing the name of an eponym
    • Of, concerning, or constituting an eponym.
    • Of, relating to, or becoming the individual or entity after which anything or someone is named.
    • Relating to an eponym; offering an individual's title to a tribe, folks, country, and stuff like that.
    • being or concerning or bearing the name of an eponym
  • others:
    • Offering a person's name to a tribe, folks, city, 12 months, or duration; considered the creator or originator.
    • Offering one's name to a tribe, people, town, 12 months, or duration; considered to be the president or originator.
    • Giving your name to a tribe, folks, town, 12 months, or duration; thought to be the creator or originator.
    • Giving an individual's title to a tribe, men and women, town, year, or duration; considered the president or originator.

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