Definition of Epicurus in English:

Epicurus

proper noun

  • (341–270 BC), Greek philosopher, founder of Epicureanism. His physics is based on Democritus' theory of a materialist universe composed of indestructible atoms moving in a void, unregulated by divine providence.

Pronunciation

Epicurus

/ˌepəˈkyo͝orəs//ˌɛpəˈkjʊrəs/