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Jul 8, 2024

[Answer] 5. A difficult task is referred to as a 'Herculean' effort. How did this word originate?

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...1. From the name of a general called Hercule 2. From the name of a Greek hero, Heracles 3. From the name of the fictional detective Hercule Poirot 4. From the name of a book called 'Hercules' Hercules was the Roman name for the mythological hero who was originally called Heracles (or Herakles) by the Greeks. He is given twelve tasks to be carried out, by his enemy Eurystheus. These tasks are known as the Labours of Hercules. The adventures and heroics of Hercules resulted in the word 'Herculean' being added to the dictionary. The word Herculean thus refers to anything that is difficult, impossible or extraordinary.




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From the name of a Greek hero, Heracles:


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