epopee

noun
ep·o·pee | \ˈe-pə-ˌpē \

Definition of epopee 

: epic especially : an epic poem

First Known Use of epopee

1697, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for epopee

French épopée, from Greek epopoiia, from epos + poiein to make — more at poet

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