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eu·he·mer·ize

 (yo͞o-hē′mə-rīz′, -hĕm′ə-)
tr.v. eu·he·mer·ized, eu·he·mer·iz·ing, eu·he·mer·iz·es
To explain or interpret euhemeristically.

euhemerize

(juːˈhiːməˌraɪz) or

euhemerise

vb
(Classical Myth & Legend) to deal with or explain (myths) by euhemerism

euhemerize


Past participle: euhemerized
Gerund: euhemerizing

Imperative
euhemerize
euhemerize
Present
I euhemerize
you euhemerize
he/she/it euhemerizes
we euhemerize
you euhemerize
they euhemerize
Preterite
I euhemerized
you euhemerized
he/she/it euhemerized
we euhemerized
you euhemerized
they euhemerized
Present Continuous
I am euhemerizing
you are euhemerizing
he/she/it is euhemerizing
we are euhemerizing
you are euhemerizing
they are euhemerizing
Present Perfect
I have euhemerized
you have euhemerized
he/she/it has euhemerized
we have euhemerized
you have euhemerized
they have euhemerized
Past Continuous
I was euhemerizing
you were euhemerizing
he/she/it was euhemerizing
we were euhemerizing
you were euhemerizing
they were euhemerizing
Past Perfect
I had euhemerized
you had euhemerized
he/she/it had euhemerized
we had euhemerized
you had euhemerized
they had euhemerized
Future
I will euhemerize
you will euhemerize
he/she/it will euhemerize
we will euhemerize
you will euhemerize
they will euhemerize
Future Perfect
I will have euhemerized
you will have euhemerized
he/she/it will have euhemerized
we will have euhemerized
you will have euhemerized
they will have euhemerized
Future Continuous
I will be euhemerizing
you will be euhemerizing
he/she/it will be euhemerizing
we will be euhemerizing
you will be euhemerizing
they will be euhemerizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been euhemerizing
you have been euhemerizing
he/she/it has been euhemerizing
we have been euhemerizing
you have been euhemerizing
they have been euhemerizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been euhemerizing
you will have been euhemerizing
he/she/it will have been euhemerizing
we will have been euhemerizing
you will have been euhemerizing
they will have been euhemerizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been euhemerizing
you had been euhemerizing
he/she/it had been euhemerizing
we had been euhemerizing
you had been euhemerizing
they had been euhemerizing
Conditional
I would euhemerize
you would euhemerize
he/she/it would euhemerize
we would euhemerize
you would euhemerize
they would euhemerize
Past Conditional
I would have euhemerized
you would have euhemerized
he/she/it would have euhemerized
we would have euhemerized
you would have euhemerized
they would have euhemerized
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28) Fulgentius' euhemerized version of the Gorgons' myth relates that they were the daughter of King Phorcys who inherited his wealth.
In this context, the harmonious synchronization of Ada's life in the Epilogue to agricultural rhythms is a euhemerized replication of Baucis and Philemon's metamorphosis into trees.
Accordingly, in the world of Le Guin's pre-Hellenized Italian religion, a fire-breathing monster slain by Hercules becomes euhemerized as a grubby local chieftain, and no spectacular underworld serpent winds its way between Queen Amata's breasts.
Dronke's overall point is that the poet of Beowulf has three times euhemerized episodes from Norse myth; each individual case may be challenged, but cumulatively, the argument that the poet was in touch with Norse mythology is strong.
Indeed, the siblings create Sir in the image of an euhemerized Frank: a middle-aged man whose control is complete, whose authority is unassailable (indeed, all his pronouncements are sanctioned by the Ledger), and whose dark suit and 'black, highly polished shoes' suggest a uniform of their own (p.
In this pithy story we can discern a euhemerized tale about the human origins of the deities associated with the principal constellations of spring and autumn, Scorpio and Orion, which are diametrically opposed or "at odds" in the heavens and hence cannot appear in the sky simultaneously.
We see not just a talking planet and a euhemerized god but a lover frustrated at being also a planet, a god embarrassed by his divinity:
That is to say that Autumn has been euhemerized out of autumn tasks, a procedure marked, as in the examples cited above from Thomson, Gray, and Dickens, by a disregard for the traditional iconography of prosopopoeia; as Creaser points out, Keats includes none of the traditional props - ox, torch, and hoe - associated with Ceres.