Definition of Terence in English:

Terence

proper noun

  • (c.190–159 bc), Roman comic playwright; Latin name Publius Terentius Afer. His six surviving comedies are based on the Greek New Comedy; they are marked by more realism and a greater consistency of plot than the works of Plautus.

Pronunciation:

Terence

/ˈtɛrəns/