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Komos

[koh-muh s] /ˈkoʊ məs/
noun
1.

Comus

[koh-muh s] /ˈkoʊ məs/
noun
1.
an ancient Greek and Roman god of drinking and revelry.
Origin of Comus
< Latin < Greek kômos revel; akin to comedy
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British Dictionary definitions for Komos

Comus

/ˈkəʊməs/
noun
1.
(in late Roman mythology) a god of revelry
Word Origin
C17: from Latin, from Greek kōmos a revel
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Word Origin and History for Komos

Comus

n.

Greek god of joy and revelry, from Latin, from Greek komos "revel, merrymaking" (see comedy).

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