Clio definition by Webster's New World
- Gr. Myth. the Muse of history
- pl. Clios any of the awards given annually for special achievements in advertising
Origin: Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek Kleiō ; from kleiein, to celebrate ; from kleos, fame, glory: see loud
Clio definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Greek Mythology The Muse of history.
- pl. Cli·os A statuette awarded annually for outstanding achievement in radio and television advertising.
Origin: Latin Clīō, from Greek Kleiō, from kleiein, to tell; see kleu- in Indo-European roots.