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Homer vs. Lethek

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Homernoun

A former Hebrew unit of dry volume, about equal to 230{{nbsp}}L or 2{{nbsp}}US{{nbsp}}bushels.

Letheknoun

A former Hebrew measure of dry volume, equal to about 115{{nbsp}}L or 3¼{{nbsp}}bushels.

Homernoun

: approximately the same volume as a liquid measure.

Homernoun

(baseball) A four-base hit; a home run

‘The first baseman hit a homer to lead off the ninth.’;

Homernoun

A homing pigeon

‘Each of the pigeon fanciers released a homer at the same time.’;

Homernoun

(sports) A person who is extremely devoted to his favorite team.

‘Joe is such a homer that he would never boo the Hometown Hobos, even if they are in last place in the league.’;

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Homerverb

(baseball) To hit a homer; to hit a home run.

‘The Sultan of Swat homered 714 times.’;

Homernoun

A carrier pigeon remarkable for its ability to return home from a distance.

Homernoun

See Hoemother.

Homernoun

A Hebrew measure containing, as a liquid measure, ten baths, equivalent to fifty-five gallons, two quarts, one pint; and, as a dry measure, ten ephahs, equivalent to six bushels, two pecks, four quarts.

Homernoun

Same as Home run.

Homernoun

a base hit on which the batter scores a run

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Homernoun

ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written the Iliad and the Odyssey (circa 850 BC)

Homernoun

an ancient Hebrew unit of capacity equal to 10 baths or 10 ephahs

Homernoun

United States painter best known for his seascapes (1836-1910)

Homernoun

pigeon trained to return home

Homerverb

hit a home run

Homer

Homer (; Ancient Greek: Ὅμηρος [hómɛːros], Hómēros) was the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, the two epic poems that are the foundational works of ancient Greek literature. The Iliad is set during the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of the city of Troy by a coalition of Mycenaean Greek kingdoms.

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