Definition of Byron, George Gordon in English:

Byron, George Gordon

proper noun

  • 6th Baron (1788–1824), English poet. His poetry exerted considerable influence on the romantic movement, particularly on the Continent. Having joined the fight for Greek independence, he died of malaria before seeing serious action. Notable works: "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" (1812–18) and "Don Juan" (1819–24)

Pronunciation:

Byron, George Gordon

/ˈbīrən/