Definition of Ovid in English:

Ovid

Syllabification: Ov·id
Pronunciation: /ˈävid
 
/
( 43 bc-circa ad 17), Roman poet; full name Publius Ovidius Naso. He is noted for his elegiac love poems (such as the Amores and the Ars Amatoria) and for the Metamorphoses, a hexametric series of tales of mythological, legendary, and historical figures.

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Ovidian

adjective

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