eponym + -ous
eponym itself is from Ancient Greek ἐπώνυμος (epṓnumos) (ἐπί (epí, “upon”) + ὄνυμα (ónuma), see -onym).
eponymous (comparative more eponymous, superlative most eponymous)
- Of, relating to, or being the person or entity after which something or someone is named.
- Robinson Crusoe is the eponymous hero of the book.
- Prince Hamlet is the eponymous protagonist of the Shakespearian tragedy Hamlet.
- The language Limburgish is named after the eponymous provinces in Belgium and the Netherlands.
relating to the person after which something is named