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myron

[mee-rawn; English mahy-ron] /ˈmi rɔn; English ˈmaɪ rɒn/
noun, Greek Church.
1.
Origin of myron
From the Greek word mýron unguent, perfume

Myron

[mahy-ruh n] /ˈmaɪ rən/
noun
1.
flourished c450 b.c, Greek sculptor.
2.
a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “pleasant.”.
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  • myron Holley, I say, reminds me of this superb and noble creature.

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  • His son myron enjoyed this felicity all the days of his life.

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  • It was myron Holley who went to the legislature year after year, and argued it through.

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  • "Once there was a little boy," said myron, without waiting to be teased.

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  • At that the storm seemed to myron to be over, and his forehead cleared of anger.

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British Dictionary definitions for myron

Myron

/ˈmaɪərən/
noun
1.
5th century bc, Greek sculptor. He worked mainly in bronze and introduced a greater variety of pose into Greek sculpture, as in his Discobolus
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