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The meaning of Eponym

ˈep.ə.nɪm

Eponym – definition

noun

A person after whom a discovery, invention, place, etc., is named or thought to be named.

Usage examples:

The eponyms are the french marquis de sade and the austrian leopold von sacher-masoch.
noun

The name of an object or activity that is also the name of the person who first produced the object or did the activity

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同名

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Naamgever

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Éponyme

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Namensgeber

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नामस्त्रोत, विशिष्ट व्यक्ति जिसके नाम पर किसी जाति, स्थान का नाम रखा जाय

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Eponimo

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시조, 이름의 시조

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Эпоним

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Epónimo

Word origin

mid 19th century: from Greek epōnumos ‘given as a name, giving one's name to someone or something’, from epi ‘upon’ + onoma ‘name’.

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