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Hor·ace

 (hôr′əs, hŏr′-) Originally Quintus Horatius Flaccus. 65-8 bc.
Roman lyric poet. His Odes and Satires have exerted a major influence on English poetry.

Ho·ra′tian (hə-rā′shən) adj.

Horace

(ˈhɒrɪs)
n
(Biography) 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

Hor•ace

(ˈhɔr ɪs, ˈhɒr-)

n.
(Quintus Horatius Flaccus) 65–8 B.C., Roman poet and satirist.
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Noun1.Horace - Roman lyric poet said to have influenced English poetry (65-8 BC)
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Horace

[ˈhɒrɪs] NHoracio

Horace

nHoraz m

Horace

[ˈhɒrɪs] nOrazio
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