[mee-rawn; English mahy-ron]
Origin of myron
From the Greek word mýron unguent, perfume
- flourished c450 b.c., Greek sculptor.
- a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “pleasant.”
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Examples from the Web for myron
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On April 8, Myron Ullmann, the retail veteran who previously served as CEO of the company, agreed to return.JCPenney’s Very Good Bad Day
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Myron Scholes and Robert Merton won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1997, by which time Black had died.This Week’s Hot Reads, Dec. 31, 2012
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Once again, I had, in a manner of speaking, mistaken Myron for Myra.Remembering the Surprisingly Vulnerable Gore Vidal
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Myron Leon Wallace was born in Brookline, Mass., in 1918, a year after John F. Kennedy was born five doors away.Mike Wallace Reconsidered: 6 Revelations From a New Biography
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His son Myron enjoyed this felicity all the days of his life.
Myron Holley, I say, reminds me of this superb and noble creature.
It was Myron Holley who went to the legislature year after year, and argued it through.
"Once there was a little boy," said Myron, without waiting to be teased.The Girl Scouts at Home
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At that the storm seemed to Myron to be over, and his forehead cleared of anger.Country Neighbors
- 5th century bc, Greek sculptor. He worked mainly in bronze and introduced a greater variety of pose into Greek sculpture, as in his Discobolus
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