[hawr-is, hor-] /ˈhɔr ɪs, ˈhɒr-/
(Quintus Horatius Flaccus) 65–8 b.c, Roman poet and satirist.
a male given name.
Latin name Quintus Horatius Flaccus. 65–8 bc, Roman poet and satirist: his verse includes the lyrics in the Epodes and the Odes, the Epistles and Satires, and the Ars Poetica
masc. proper name, from French, from Latin Horatius, name of a Roman gens. The poet was Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65-8 B.C.E.). The form Horatio is influenced by the Italian version of the name, Orazio.
An ancient Roman poet, known for his odes. Horace insisted that poetry should offer both pleasure and instruction.
- Horace greeley
[gree-lee] /ˈgri li/ noun 1. Horace, 1811–72, U.S. journalist, editor, and political leader. 2. a city in N Colorado. /ˈɡriːlɪ/ noun 1. Horace. 1811–72, US journalist and political leader: founder (1841) and editor of the New York Tribune, which championed the abolition of slavery
[hawr-ee, hohr-ee] /ˈhɔr i, ˈhoʊr i/ plural noun, Classical Mythology. 1. goddesses of the seasons, of cyclical death and rebirth, and sometimes of social order, usually given as three in number, with the names Dike (Justice), Eunomia (Order), and Irene (Peace). /ˈhɔːriː/ plural noun 1. (classical myth) the goddesses of the seasons Also called the […]
[hawr-uh l, hohr-] /ˈhɔr əl, ˈhoʊr-/ adjective 1. of or relating to an hour or hours; hourly. /ˈhɔːrəl/ adjective 1. a less common word for hourly
[hawr-uh-ree, hohr-] /ˈhɔr ə ri, ˈhoʊr-/ adjective, Archaic. 1. pertaining to an ; indicating the : the horary circle. 2. occurring every ; hourly. /ˈhɔːrərɪ/ adjective (archaic) 1. relating to the hours 2. hourly