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epos definition

  • noun:
    • numerous poems, not formally united, that treat an epic theme.
    • numerous poems, perhaps not formally united, that treat an epic motif.
    • An epic.
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    • An epic poem, or its topic; an epopee; epic poetry.
    • An epic.
    • In old prosody, a dactylic hexameter.
    • An epic poem, or its topic; an epopee; epic poetry.
    • In paleography, some terms or letters, roughly associated with period of a dactylic hexameter, anciently made use of as a line of normal dimensions written down manuscripts or estimating their length.
    • In old prosody, a dactylic hexameter.
    • a lengthy narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
    • a body of poetry that conveys the traditions of a society by dealing with some epic theme
    • In paleography, a number of terms or letters, approximately of this amount of a dactylic hexameter, anciently used as a line of normal dimensions in writing manuscripts or estimating their particular size.
    • a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
    • a body of poetry that conveys the traditions of a society by treating some epic theme
    • numerous poems, not officially united, that treat an epic motif.
    • An epic.
    • An epic.
    • An epic.
    • An epic poem, or its subject; an epopee; epic poetry.
    • In old prosody, a dactylic hexameter.
    • A number of poems, maybe not formally united, that treat an epic theme.
    • In paleography, a few terms or letters, approximately associated with the length of a dactylic hexameter, anciently used as a line of normal dimensions on paper manuscripts or calculating their size.
    • An epic.
    • an extended narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
    • An epic.
    • a body of poetry that conveys the traditions of a society by managing some epic theme
    • An epic.
    • An epic poem, or its subject; an epopee; epic poetry.
    • In ancient prosody, a dactylic hexameter.
    • In paleography, a series of terms or letters, roughly associated with the amount of a dactylic hexameter, anciently utilized as a line of regular size in writing manuscripts or calculating their length.
    • a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
    • a body of poetry that conveys the customs of a society by dealing with some epic theme
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