Epos meaning

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(obsolete) An epic.
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A number of poems, not formally united, that treat an epic theme.
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An epic.
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An epic poem.
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Epic poetry.
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A collection of poems of a primitive epic nature, handed down orally.
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A series of epic events.
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(Electronic Point Of Sale) See point of sale.
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Origin of epos

  • Latin from Greek wekw- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin, from Ancient Greek ἔπος (epos, “word, song, epic”).

    From Wiktionary