Definition of Horace in English:

Horace

proper noun

  • (65–8 BC), Roman poet of the Augustan period; full name Quintus Horatius Flaccus. A notable satirist and literary critic, he is best known for his "Odes", much imitated by later ages, especially by the poets of 17th-century England. His other works include "Satires" and "Ars Poetica".

Pronunciation

Horace

/ˈhɒrɪs/