Complete Definition of "trilogy"

English

Etymology
L. & NL trilogia < AGr. polytonic|ÏÏεá¿Ï (treis) "three" and polytonic|λÏÎ³Î¿Ï (logos) "story, account"

Pronunciation

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Noun
en-noun|trilogies

  1. A collection of three books, motion pictures, or electronic games in one. A three-part series.

Related terms
duology (2)
tetralogy (4)
pentalogy (5)
hexology (6)
heptalogy (7)
octology (8)
nonology (9)
decology (10)

Translations
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Chinese: ä¸é¨æ² (sanbuqu)
Dutch: trilogy
Finnish: trilogia
French: trilogie
German: Trilogie
Greek: ÏÏιλογία (trilogía)
Italian: trilogia
Japanese: ä¸é¨ä½ (sanbukiku)
Korean: 3ë¶ì (3-bujag)
Latin: trilogia
Portuguese: trilogia
Spanish: trilogía

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