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eulogium

eulogium

noun eu·lo·gi·um \yü-ˈlō-jē-əm\
plural -gia \-jē-ə\ or eu·lo·gi·ums

Definition of EULOGIUM

:  eulogy

Examples of EULOGIUM

  1. <on the centennial of its completion, the building received the greatest possible eulogium: it remains a unique achievement in architectural design>

Origin of EULOGIUM

Medieval Latin
First Known Use: 1621

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