[uh-pon-uh-muh s] /əˈpɒn ə məs/
giving one’s name to a tribe, place, etc.:
Romulus, the eponymous founder of Rome.
(of a person) being the person after whom a literary work, film, etc, is named: the eponymous heroine in the film of Jane Eyre
(of a literary work, film, etc) named after its central character or creator: the Stooges’ eponymous debut album
1846; see eponym + -ous.
[uh-pon-uh-mee] /əˈpɒn ə mi/ noun 1. the derivation of names from eponyms. /ɪˈpɒnɪmɪ/ noun 1. the derivation of names of places, etc, from those of persons
epoophorectomy ep·o·o·pho·rec·to·my (ěp’ō-ə-fə-rěk’tə-mē) n. Surgical removal of the epoophoron.
epoophoron ep·o·oph·o·ron (ěp’ō-ŏf’ə-rŏn’) n. Any of the rudimentary tubules in the mesosalpinx between the ovary and the uterine tube.
[ep-uh-pee, ep-uh-pee] /ˈɛp əˌpi, ˌɛp əˈpi/ noun 1. an epic. 2. epic poetry. /ˈɛpəʊˌpiː; French epɔpe/ noun 1. an epic poem 2. epic poetry in general