Etymology: From épigones < epigoniLain, epigonÄ < Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) (epigonoi), plural form of (polytonic, á) (epigonos) "born after" < (polytonic, á) (epigignomai) "I come after" < (polytonic, á) (epi) "upon" + (polytonic, ) (gignomai) "I become"
- a follower or disciple
- an imitator of a well known artist or their style
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