His name means
"forethought" in Greek, and in English it has become an eponym denoting "daring creativity or
bold originality." Who is he?
Etymology, Etymology, and more Etymology
as well as grammar, usage, euphemism, slang, jargon, semantics, linguistics, neologism, idiom, cant, and argot.
The critically-acclaimed board game
consists of tough questions about the nuances of the English language.
A name that becomes a word in a language is called an eponym . Prometheus made humans from clay and
taught them how to make fire. For this, Zeus chained him to a rock in the
Caucasus, where a vulture came daily to nibble on his liver. Thus, the word Promethean has come to denote "daring creativity or
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