Definition of "ergon" [er•gon]

  • Work, measured in terms of the quantity of heat to which it is equivalent. (noun)
  • Same as erg. (noun)

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Use "ergon" in a sentence
  • "Lucy Duhon, of Toledo, Ohio, suggested "alter ergo (from the Greek ergon, meaning 'work').""
  • "Having bar ends on my bike again made me remember why I first installed them-extra hand positions and more leverage on climbs, but if you don't like the tree-grabbing feature that sometimes comes with them, you can get the same "ergon" omic grips sans, bar ends, in several different configurations."
  • "It comprises of two Greek words, laos meaning ‘people’ and ergon meaning ‘work’ Luke 1:23; Phil."