Homerian

adjective
Ho·​me·​ri·​an | \ hōˈmirēən, -mēr-\

Definition of Homerian

: homeric

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First Known Use of Homerian

1717, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Homerian

Homer + English -ian

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