Definitions for "Ovid"
Keywords:  poet, roman, love, naso, publius
major Roman poet; Publius Ovidius Naso, born in 43 BCE at Sulmo; before becoming a poet, Ovid served in the Roman government but quit to write love poetry; Ovid enjoyed great literary success during his life in Rome, his exile in Tomi, and after his death influencing writers such as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Dante, and Milton; Ovid died ca. 17. Ovid's Amores Ovid's Metamorphoses The Ovid Project
Roman poet remembered for his elegiac verses on love (43 BC - AD 17)
software that allows database searching.
The software produced by OVID Technologies Inc. of New York, NY. to support networked full text and citation databases. At Queen's, the health and life sciences databases are mounted on the Ovid Network.
Database vendor, specialising in science, technology and medical information. The library uses the Ovid interface to access Medline, part of its database collection. Search Ovid Medline. E-F H-I K-L M-O T-Z
patriarchy patrilineal primogeniture
Keywords:  refer
Ovid can refer to