[mee-rawn; English mahy-ron]

noun Greek Church.

Origin of myron

From the Greek word mýron unguent, perfume


[mahy-ruh n]


flourished c450 b.c., Greek sculptor.
a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “pleasant.” Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of myron

  • 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

    Katherine Keene Galt

  • At that the storm seemed to Myron to be over, and his forehead cleared of anger.

British Dictionary definitions for myron



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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