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Homeric (adj.)

1730, from Homer + -ic. Homerical is from 1570s. Compare Latin Homericus, Greek Homerikos. Homerian (1796) also has been used.

updated on August 08, 2015

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Definitions of Homeric from WordNet

Homeric (adj.)
relating to or characteristic of Homer or his age or the works attributed to him;
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