Definition of Ovid in English:

Ovid

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Pronunciation: /ˈɒvɪd
 
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  • (43 bc-circa 17 ad), Roman poet; full name Publius Ovidius Naso. He is particularly known for his elegiac love poems (such as the Amores and the Ars Amatoria) and for the Metamorphoses, a hexametric epic which retells Greek and Roman myths.

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Ovidian

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