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Definition of Paeon

Paeon
Paeon P[ae]"on (p[=e]"[o^]n), n. [L. paeon, Gr. paiw`n a solemn song, also, a p[ae]on, equiv. to paia`n. See P[ae]an.] (Anc. Poet.) A foot of four syllables, one long and three short, admitting of four combinations, according to the place of the long syllable. [Written also, less correctly, p[ae]an.]

Meaning of Paeon from wikipedia

- In prosody a paeon (or paean) is a metrical foot used in both poetry and prose. It consists of four syllables, with one of the syllables being long and...
- mythology, Paean (Ancient Gr****: Παιάν), Paeëon or Paieon (Παιήων), or Paeon or Paion (Παιών) was the physician of the gods. The name Paean is believed...
- In Homer, Paeon was the Gr**** physician of the gods. In Iliad V he heals the wounded Ares and Hades with his herbal lore. In time Paeon (or Paean) became...
- Παιήων), or Paeon or Paion (Ancient Gr****: Παιών) may refer to the following characters: Paean (god), the physician of the Gr**** gods. Paeon (father of...
- Paeëon, Paeon, Paian, Paieon, or Paion (from the Ancient Gr**** Παιάν, Παιήων, or Παιών) may refer to: Paean (god), the physician of the Gr**** gods Paeon (father...
- habitats. Papilio paeon paeon (Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia) Papilio paeon thrason C. & R. Felder, 1865 (Costa Rica, Venezuela, Colombia) Papilio paeon escomeli ****erell...
- With the Gr**** god Poseidon, ****e was the mother of the giant Almops and Paeon (called Edonus in some accounts). Theoi Project. "****e". Retrieved November...
- Paeon[pronunciation?] or Paion (Ancient Gr****: Παίων, gen.: Παίονος), in Gr**** mythology, was an Elean prince as son of King Endymion, and brother of...
- In Gr**** mythology, Paeon or Paion (Ancient Gr****: Παίων, gen.: Παίονος) was a son of Poseidon by ****e, who fell into the ****espont. In some legends...
- Paeon of Amathus was an early ****enistic historian from Amathus on the Island of Cyprus, mentioned in the writings of Plutarch and the lexicographer...