Hesiod definition

hēsē-əd, hĕsē-
Greek poet. The major epics ascribed to him are Works and Days, a valuable account of ancient rural life, and Theogony, a description of the gods and the beginning of the world.
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(person) Fl. 8th cent. b.c.; Gr. poet.
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An Ancient Greek poet and a rhapsodist.
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Origin of hesiod

  • From Latin Hēsiodus, from Ancient Greek Ἡσίοδος (Hēsiodos)

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