Eum



1.
a suffix occurring in some Latin scientific names (peritoneum), and in the corresponding loanwords in English (petroleum).

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    [yoo-mee-uh s] /yuˈmi əs/ noun, (in the Odyssey) 1. the faithful swineherd of Odysseus.

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    [yoo-men-eez] /yuˈmɛn iz/ noun 1. king of Pergamum. 263–241 b.c. noun 1. king of Pergamum. 197–c159 b.c.

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