Definition of Eudaimon
1. eudemon [n -S] - See also: eudemon
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Literary usage of Eudaimon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Marine Insurance: A Handbook by William Gow (1897)
"Antonine replied to eudaimon, "I indeed am lord of the world, but the law [is lord] of the sea. Let this be settled by the Rhodian law (which has been ..."
2. A Summary of the Roman Civil Law: Illustrated by Commentaries on and ...by Patrick Mac Chombaich De Colquhoun by Patrick Mac Chombaich De Colquhoun (1854)
"Complaint of eudaimon of Nicomedia to the King Antoninus:—"My Lord the King. Having been shipwrecked on the Italian coast, we were seized by the revenue ..."
3. Victorian Novelists by Lewis Saul Benjamin (1906)
"I did what I could to die with her," said he [eudaimon]. ' " I did what I could to save her," said ... She is with the gods," said eudaimon, at last. ..."
4. India and the Apostle Thomas: An Inquiry, with a Critical Analysis of the by Adolphus E. Medlycott (1905)
"1 Adane in the Periplus, § 26, is called, ' eudaimon Arabia, a maritime village ... It is called eudaimon, " rich and prosperous," because in bygone days, ..."
5. The Commerce and Navigation of the Erythraean Sea: Being a Translation of by John Watson McCrindle (1879)
"It was called eudaimon (' rich and prosperous'), because in bygone days, when the merchants from India did not proceed to Egypt, and those from Egypt did ..."
6. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1810)
"Lord Valentia has no doubt that Aden was the well frequented port described in the Periplus of the Erythrean sea, under the name of eudaimon. charter, ..."
7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1810)
"Lord Valentia has no doubt that Aden was the well frequented port described in the Periplus of the Erythrean sea, under the name of eudaimon. ..."
8. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie (1806)
"The ancients, who gave the name of eudaimon, or Happy, to this country, either meant to translate the word Yemen, or, more probably., only alluded to the ..."