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Homeric

[ hoh-mer-ik ]
/ hoʊˈmɛr ɪk /
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adjective
of, relating to, or suggestive of Homer or his poetry.
of heroic dimensions; grand; imposing: Homeric feats of exploration.
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Origin of Homeric

1765–75; <Latin Homēricus<Greek Homērikós, equivalent to Hómēr(os) Homer + -ikos-ic

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British Dictionary definitions for Homeric

Homeric

Homerian (həʊˈmɪərɪən)

/ (həʊˈmɛrɪk) /

adjective
of, relating to, or resembling Homer or his poems
imposing or heroic
of or relating to the archaic form of Greek used by HomerSee epic

Derived forms of Homeric

Homerically, adverb
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