[hahy-uh-ron-uh-muh s, hahy-ron-]


Eu·se·bi·us [yoo-see-bee-uh s] /yuˈsi bi əs/. Jerome, Saint.

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  • Faithfulness was the only virtue he required of Hieronymus Andreae.

    Albert Durer

    T. Sturge Moore

  • Erected by Hieronymus Picus, fiduciary-commissioner and executor of her will.

    Lucretia Borgia

    Ferdinand Gregorovius

  • These stanzas were written by Hieronymus Porcius, who printed them in Hieronym.

    Lucretia Borgia

    Ferdinand Gregorovius

  • Signed himself as a pupil of Hieronymus Amati (son of Niccolò).

    The Violin

    George Hart

  • “I think they will let you see her by-and-by,” Hieronymus answered.

    The Proud Prince

    Justin Huntly McCarthy

British Dictionary definitions for hieronymus



Eusebius (juːˈsiːbɪəs). the Latin name of Saint JeromeSee Jerome
Derived FormsHieronymic (ˌhaɪərəˈnɪmɪk) or Hieronymian, adjective
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