Definition of Iliad in English:

Iliad

Syllabification: Il·i·ad
Pronunciation: /ˈilēəd, -ˌad
 
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A Greek hexameter epic poem in twenty-four books, traditionally ascribed to Homer, telling how Achilles killed Hector at the climax of the Trojan War.

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