- The definition of a trilogy is a series of three complete books, films or creative works that are related in theme or sequence.
The series of three Matrix movies is an example of a trilogy.
Origin of trilogyClassical Greek trilogia: see tri- and amp; -logy
Origin of trilogyGreek trilogiā, series of three related tragedies : tri-, tri- + logos, word, saying; see –logy.
- A set of three works of art that are connected, and that can be seen either as a single work or as three individual works. They are commonly found in literature, film, or video games.
Latin & New Latin trilogia, from Ancient Greek Ï„ÏÎµá¿–Ï‚ (treis, “three") + Î»ÏŒÎ³Î¿Ï‚ (logos, “story, account").
trilogy - Computer Definition
A company founded in 1979 by Gene Amdahl to commercialize wafer scale integration and build supercomputers. It raised a quarter of a billion dollars, the largest startup funding in history, but could not create its 2.5" superchip. In 1984, it abandoned supercomputer development and later the superchip project. In 1985, Trilogy acquired Elxsi Corporation, a manufacturer of VAX-compatible systems, and eventually merged itself into Elxsi.