exode

noun ex·ode \ˈekˌsōd, ˈegˌzōd\

Definition of exode

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a comic afterpiece in the ancient Roman theater :  farce, travesty

  2. 2 :  exodus 2

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Origin and Etymology of exode

French or Latin; French exode, from Latin exodium, from Greek exodion part of a drama following the last song of the chorus, from neuter of exodios of a departure or exit, from exodos departure, going out


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