[yoo-loh-jee-uh m]

noun, plural eu·lo·gi·ums, eu·lo·gi·a [yoo-loh-jee-uh] /yuˈloʊ dʒi ə/.

a eulogy.
eulogistic language.

Origin of eulogium

1700–10; < Medieval Latin, equivalent to Latin eu- eu- + (ē)logium inscription on a tombstone Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for eulogium

Historical Examples of eulogium

  • He waited with proud patience till she had finished her eulogium.

  • The company eyed the objects of this eulogium with great attention.

    Night and Morning, Complete

    Edward Bulwer-Lytton

  • Nothing could exceed the elegance of her eulogium of "petit guerre."

    Vivian Grey

    Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli

  • The alderman's eulogium on Mr. Punch was superlatively good.

    The English Spy

    Bernard Blackmantle

  • Search in many directions failed to bring forth the Eulogium.

    Priestley in America

    Edgar F. Smith