Hesiodic

adjective He·si·od·ic \¦hēsē¦ädik sometimes ¦hesē- or ¦hēzē-\

Definition of Hesiodic

  1. :  of or relating to the poet Hesiod or his simple practical maxims or theology

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Origin and Etymology of hesiodic

Hesiod, 8th century b.c. Greek poet (from Greek Hēsiodos) + English -ic


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