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eponymy definition

  • noun:
    • Derivation of a name of a city, country, period, institution, or any other location or thing from compared to people.
    • The semantic relation of eponyms; the grade of being eponymous.
    • The derivation of the title of a race, tribe, etc., from that of a wonderful hero, progenitor, etc.
    • work, dignity, or prerogatives of an eponymos.
    • the time scale or year of office of an eponymos: used, as at Athens, as a unit of reckoning and guide for dates.
    • the derivation of an over-all title from compared to a famous person
    • Derivation of a name of a city, nation, period, organization, or any other spot or thing from that an individual.
    • The semantic relation of eponyms; the caliber of becoming eponymous.
    • The derivation of the name of a battle, tribe, etc., from compared to the perfect hero, progenitor, etc.
    • The office, dignity, or prerogatives of an eponymos.
    • The period or 12 months of office of an eponymos: used, as at Athens, as a unit of reckoning and reference for dates.
    • the derivation of a general title from compared to a famous person
    • Derivation of a name of a city, nation, era, establishment, or other spot or thing from that one.
    • The semantic connection of eponyms; the caliber of becoming eponymous.
    • The derivation of title of a race, tribe, etc., from that a wonderful hero, progenitor, etc.
    • work, self-esteem, or prerogatives of an eponymos.
    • The period or year of company of an eponymos: utilized, as at Athens, as a unit of reckoning and reference for times.
    • the derivation of a general title from compared to a famous individual
    • Derivation of a name of a city, country, age, organization, or other location or thing from that someone.
    • The semantic connection of eponyms; the grade of becoming eponymous.
    • The derivation associated with title of a race, tribe, etc., from compared to a wonderful hero, progenitor, etc.
    • The office, self-esteem, or prerogatives of an eponymos.
    • The period or year of company of an eponymos: utilized, as at Athens, as a unit of reckoning and reference for dates.
    • the derivation of a broad title from compared to a famous individual
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