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Definitions of momus in various dictionaries:

noun - god of blame and mockery

The god of blame and ridicule.

noun - a carping person


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god of blame and mockery
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Momus, Jammu and Kashmir, INDIA
Momus description
Momus (; Greek: Momos) was in Greek mythology the personification of satire and mockery, two stories about whom figure among Aesops Fables. During the Renaissance, several literary works used him as a mouthpiece for their criticism of tyranny, while others later made him a critic of contemporary society. Onstage he finally became the figure of harmless fun.
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