Pegasean

adjective Peg·a·se·an \¦pegə¦sēən, pə̇ˈgāsēən\
variants: less commonly

Pegasian

\pə̇ˈgāsēən\

Definition of Pegasean

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or resembling the mythological winged horse Pegasus; especially :  swift

  2. 2 :  of or relating to poetic inspiration :  highly imaginative, poetic

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Origin and Etymology of pegasean

pegasean from Latin pegaseus pegasean (from Pegasus, mythological winged horse + -eus -eous) + English -an; pegasian alteration of pegasean


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