The definition of a eulogy is a speech in honor of someone, generally a deceased person.(noun)
An example of a eulogy is a tribute given about someone at a funeral Mass.
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noun pl. eulogies
Origin: ME euloge < ML eulogia < Gr, praise, lit., fine language (in LXX & N.T., blessing) < eulegein, to speak well of, bless: see eu- & -logy
See eulogy in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. eu·lo·gies
Origin: Middle English euloge
Origin: , from Medieval Latin eulogium
Origin: , from Greek eulogiā, praise
Origin: : eu-, eu-
Origin: + -logos, speech; see -logy.
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