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Komos

[koh-muh s]
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noun
  1. Comus.
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Comus

or Ko·mos

[koh-muh s]
noun
  1. an ancient Greek and Roman god of drinking and revelry.
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Origin of Comus

< Latin < Greek kômos revel; akin to comedy
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Historical Examples

  • That moment the great bird Komos Kulit fell down before him.

    Creation Myths of Primitive America

    Jeremiah Curtin

  • They were afraid when they saw the great bird, and the boy stretching the wings and handling the wonderful Komos Kulit.


British Dictionary definitions for komos

Comus

noun
  1. (in late Roman mythology) a god of revelry
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Word Origin

C17: from Latin, from Greek kōmos a revel
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Word Origin and History for komos

Comus

n.

Greek god of joy and revelry, from Latin, from Greek komos "revel, merrymaking" (see comedy).

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