Euphrosyne


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Eu·phros·y·ne

 (yo͞o-frŏs′ə-nē)
n. Greek Mythology
One of the three Graces.

Euphrosyne

(juːˈfrɒzɪˌniː)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth one of the three Graces
[from Greek: mirth, merriment]

Eu•phros•y•ne

(yuˈfrɒs əˌni)

n.
one of the Graces.
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Noun1.Euphrosyne - (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
Grace - (Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors
References in classic literature ?
Three beautiful goddesses, Aglaia, Thalia and Euphrosyne,
907-911) And Eurynome, the daughter of Ocean, beautiful in form, bare him three fair-cheeked Charites (Graces), Aglaea, and Euphrosyne, and lovely Thaleia, from whose eyes as they glanced flowed love that unnerves the limbs: and beautiful is their glance beneath their brows.
These include such outstanding Belarusians as Euphrosyne of Polotsk, Kirill of Turov, Francysk Skaryna, Symon Budny.
In Greek mythology what name is given to Zeus and Hera's daughters Aglaia, Euphrosyne and Thalia?
Puesto que no se deben desestimar los ideales de la eusebia, piedad, o la aspiracion a la sophrosyne o bien la euphrosyne.
Meliore cupiditate detentus: Christian Self-definition and the Rejection of Marriage in the early Acts of the Martyrs', Euphrosyne 31, 457-473.
BAEZA-ANGULO, "Un modelo de literatura de amor conyugal: Ouidii exulis Corpus amatorium", Euphrosyne, 36, 2008, 137-148.
They were the companions of Apollo, the God of Truth, as well as of the Graces [Aglaia (Splendor), Euphrosyne (Mirth) and Thalia (Good Cheer)].
2006) <<Le cameleon, la chauve-souris, le gecko et les trompeurs de tout poil>>, Euphrosyne 34: 369-372.
Cuvier, 1812) Lagenodelphis Fraser, 1956 Lagenodelphis 357 hosei Fraser, 1956 Orcinus Fitzinger, 1860 Orcinus orca 102, 357 (Linnaeus, 1758) Peponocephala Nishiwaki & Norris, 1966 Peponocephala 357 electra (Gray, 1846) Pseudorca Reinhardt, 1862 Pseudorca 259, 260, 330 crassidens (Owen, 1846) Sotalia Gray, 1866 Sotalia 44, 342, 343 fluviatilis (Gervais & Deville, 1853) Sotalia fluviatilis 44, 258 AK guianensis (Van Beneden, 1864) Stenella Gray, 1866 Stenella graffmani 67, 135, 258, attenuata 260 (Gray, 1846) Stenella euphrosyne, 67, 136, 228, coeruleoalba styx 258 (Meyen, 1833) Stenella plagiodon 102, 137, 258, frontalis (G.
Even in the City, Christine celebrates two cross-dressers, the saints Marina and Euphrosyne, and cross-dressing and transsexualism work in many different ways throughout the book (Dor 209).
Contributors include Demetrios Michaelides, Despina Pilides, Tassos Papacostas, Nicholas Coureas, Gilles Grivaud, Chris Schabel, Ioannis Theocharides, Dr Theocharis Stavrides, Euphrosyne Rizopoulou-Egoumenidou and Diana Markides.