How to Pronounce horace?

Correct pronunciation for the word "horace" is [hˈɔːɹɪs], [hˈɔːɹɪs], [h_ˈɔː_ɹ_ɪ_s].

"Horace" in context

Horace was a slave-owning Roman lyric poet from ancient Rome. He is traditionally considered to be the last of the three major Roman poets, alongside Virgil and Ovid. Horace was born in Italy and was educated in Rome, where he studied rhetoric and philosophy. He later served in the military and was also a noted public servant.

Horace is remembered primarily for his two collections of lyric poems, the Odes and Satires. His Odes are considered to be masterworks of Latin literature, with strong emotional content and great skill in both form and structure.

Usage over time for horace:

This graph shows how "horace" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

83 words made out of letters HORACE

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