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  • e-ponym
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2 Meanings, 6 Sentences and 4 Another words found for eponym.

1.{Noun}  a name derived from the name of person (real or imaginary) as the name of Alexandria is derived from the name of its founder: Alexander the Great
2.{Noun}  the name of a person for whom something is supposedly named
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 1.1 I The Genealogy Of Cyrus Is Given In Exactly The Same Way As In The Proclamation Of Cyrus Himself; Teispes Is Called Here The Son Of The eponym Achaemenes.
 2.It Is The Latest Writer (p) Who Mentions Abram (the Original Form Of The Name), Nahor And Haran, Sons Of Terah, At The Close Of A Genealogy Of The Sons Of Shem, Which Includes Among Its Members Eber The eponym Of The Hebrews.
 3.Asaph, The eponym Of The Asaphite Gild Of Singers, One Of The Hereditary Choirs That Superintended The Musical Services Of The Temple At Jerusalem In Post-exilic Times.
 4.11), Or, Since The Latter Are Under The Leadership Of Korah, Later The eponym Of A Gild Of Singers, Perhaps Over The More Subordinate Ministers Who Once Formed A Separate Class.
 5.24, Where Abiasaphthat Is, The eponym Of The Gild Of Asaphites - Is Made One Of The Three Sons Of Korah.
 6.Constantine I Is The eponym For Constantinople
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 1.{Noun}  name
 2.{Synonyms}  namesake
 3.{Noun}  eponym
 4.{Noun}  eponyms
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