Definition of Hesiod in English:

Hesiod

proper noun

  • (c.700 bc), Greek poet. One of the earliest known Greek poets, he wrote the Theogony, a hexametric poem on the genealogies of the gods, and Works and Days, which gave moral and practical advice and was the chief model for later ancient didactic poetry.

Pronunciation:

Hesiod

/ˈhiːsɪəd/