Definition of Epos

1. Noun. A body of poetry that conveys the traditions of a society by treating some epic theme.

Generic synonyms: Poesy, Poetry, Verse



2. Noun. A long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds.
Exact synonyms: Epic, Epic Poem, Heroic Poem
Generic synonyms: Poem, Verse Form
Specialized synonyms: Aeneid, Divina Commedia, Divine Comedy, Iliad, Odyssey, Nibelungenlied
Specialized synonyms: Chanson De Geste, Rhapsody, Heroic, Heroic Meter, Heroic Verse
Derivative terms: Epic, Epical, Epic

Definition of Epos

1. n. An epic.

Definition of Epos

1. an epic poem [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epos

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epopea
epopeas
epopee
epopees
epopoeia
epopoeias
epoprostenol
epopt
epopteia
epopteias
epopts
epos (current term)
eposes
epotation
epotations
epothilone
epothilones
epoxidation
epoxidations
epoxide
epoxide hydrolases
epoxides
epoxidize
epoxidized
epoxidizes
epoxidizing

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