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ei·do·lon
[ahy-doh-luhn]
NOUN [PLURAL EI·DO·LA, EI·DO·LONS.]
1.
a phantom; apparition.
2.
an ideal.
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In ancient Greek literature, an eidolon (plural: eidola or eidolons) is a spirit-image of a living or dead person; a shade or phantom look-alike of the human form.

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Eidolon definition, a phantom; apparition. See more.

Eidolon | Definition of Eidolon by Merriam-Webster

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Define eidolon: an unsubstantial image : phantom — eidolon in a sentence.

Eidolon - definition of eidolon by The Free Dictionary

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n. pl. ei·do·lons or ei·do·la 1. A phantom; an apparition. 2. An image of an ideal. [ Greek eidōlon, from eidos, form; see weid- in the Appendix of Indo-European ...

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eidolon | an unsubstantial image; apparition ; phantom | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

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Top Definition. eidolon. 1) Some idiot in gray tights. 2) A real-world costumed vigilante who first appeared in the United States of America some time between ...

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pl. -·lons or -·la. an image without real existence; phantom; apparition; ⌂ an ideal person or thing. Origin of eidolon. Classical Greek eid?lon, an image: see idol.

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Man is essentially an idolater, -- that is, in bondage to his imagination, -- for there is no more harm in the Greek word eidolon than in the Latin word imago.