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[Homer] n. epic poet of 9th-century Greece (thought to be the author of "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey")
n. Homer, epic poet of 9th-century Greece (thought to be the author of "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey")
n. homer
English - Spanish - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] s. Homero; paloma mensajera
English - French - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] n. Homère, poète épique grec du 9ème siècle (probablement l'auteur de l'Odysée et de l'Iliade)
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[Homer] n. Homer, epischer Dichter im alten Griechenland, Dichter der Ilias und der Odyssee
English - Italian - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] s. Omero (cantore greco, autore dell'Iliade ed Odissea)
English - Portuguese - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] s. Homero (poeta épico na Grécia Antiga, autor da Ilíadas e da Odisséia)
English - Russian - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] с. Гомер
English - Turkish - homer Pronunciation
beysbolde tur vuruşu
German - English - homer Pronunciation
n. epic poet of 9th-century Greece (thought to be the author of "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey")
Dutch - English - homer Pronunciation
n. homer
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n. gjyqtar që favorizon ekipin vendas, lojtar i mirë në ndeshjet brenda
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[Homer] zn. Homerus (epische dichter in het klassieke Griekenland, de schrijver van Iliad en Odyssea)
English - Greek - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] ουσ. όμηρος
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n. homero (m)
German - Italian - homer Pronunciation
n. omero (m)
English - Chinese - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] (名) 荷马
English - Chinese - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] (名) 荷馬
English - Japanese - homer Pronunciation
[Homer] (名) ホメーロス, 9世紀のギリシアの叙事詩の詩人(The lliad と The Odyssey の著者)
English - Korean - homer Pronunciation
명. 홈런, 호머
German - Chinese - homer Pronunciation
[das]荷马,希腊诗人。作品《伊利亚特》、《奥德赛》。
Expressions
noun: a base hit on which the batter scores a run
noun: ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written the Iliad and the Odyssey (circa 850 BC)
noun: United States painter best known for his seascapes (1836-1910)
noun: an ancient Hebrew unit of capacity equal to 10 baths or 10 ephahs
noun: pigeon trained to return home
verb: hit a home run
name: A male given name (common: 1 in 2500 males; popularity rank in the U.S.: #321)

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Verb forms for homer
Present participle: homering
Present: homer (3.person: homers)
Past: homered
Future: will homer
Present conditional: would homer
Present Perfect: have homered (3.person: has homered)
Past Perfect: had homered
Future Perfect: will have homered
Past conditional: would have homered