[ yoo-loh-jee-uhm ]

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

  2. eulogistic language.

Origin of eulogium

1700–10; <Medieval Latin, equivalent to Latin eu-eu- + (ē)logium inscription on a tombstone

Words Nearby eulogium Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use eulogium in a sentence

  • It is because more attention is then paid to art than to eloquence, which is no great eulogium.

    A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10) | Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
  • When a man has had produced before him for his own and sole delectation any article or articles, how can he avoid eulogium?

    Orley Farm | Anthony Trollope
  • But her mother said never a word after that eulogium which she had uttered, and Madeline read that eulogium altogether aright.

    Orley Farm | Anthony Trollope
  • The awkwardness of the manner in which I have sometimes bestowed eulogium has done me more harm than the severity of my censure.

  • She was scarcely gone, when Miss Mortimer came in; and, full of my charming visiter, I instantly began to pronounce her eulogium.

    Discipline | Mary Brunton