[ep-uh-lawg, -log] /ˈɛp əˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg/
a concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel.
a speech, usually in verse, delivered by one of the actors after the conclusion of a play.
the person speaking this.
a short postscript to any literary work, such as a brief description of the fates of the characters in a novel
(Brit) (esp formerly) the concluding programme of the day on a radio or television station, often having a religious content
early 15c., from Middle French epilogue (13c.), from Latin epilogus, from Greek epilogos “conclusion of a speech,” from epi “upon, in addition” (see epi-) + logos “a speaking” (see lecture (n.)). Earliest English sense was theatrical.
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epimandibular ep·i·man·dib·u·lar (ěp’ə-mān-dĭb’yə-lər) adj. Occurring on the lower jaw.
[ep-uh-mee-dee-uh m] /ˌɛp əˈmi di əm/ noun, plural epimediums. 1. any of various Old World plants belonging to the genus Epimedium, of the barberry family, having small, pinnate leaves and spurred white, yellow, or reddish flowers.
epimenorrhagia ep·i·men·or·rha·gi·a (ěp’ə-měn’ə-rā’jē-ə) n. Menstruation that is unusually prolonged and profuse.