Euryale


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Eu·ry·a·le

 (yo͝o-rī′ə-lē)
n. Greek Mythology
A Gorgon, sister of Medusa and Stheno.

Euryale

(jʊˈraɪəlɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth one of the three Gorgons
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Noun1.Euryale - (Greek mythology) one of the three GorgonsEuryale - (Greek mythology) one of the three Gorgons
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
Gorgon - (Greek mythology) any of three winged sister monsters and the mortal Medusa who had live snakes for hair; a glance at Medusa turned the beholder to stone
2.Euryale - basket stars
echinoderm genus - a genus of echinoderms
References in classic literature ?
Hesiod says that he was the son of Euryale, the daughter of Minos, and of Poseidon, and that there was given him as a gift the power of walking upon the waves as though upon land.
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In Greek mythology, Euryale, Stheno and Medusa were all what?
According to this ancient author, the three sisters, Sthenno, Euryale and Medusa were the children of Phorcys and Ceto, and lived "beyond famed Oceanus at the world's edge hard by Night".
In Greek mythology, sisters Stheno, Euryale and Medusa were the three what?
2008: The genetic structure of the mountain forest butterfly Erebia euryale unravels the late Pleistocene and postglacial history of the mountain coniferous forest biome in Europe.
1821): A natural history of the Crinoidea or lily-shaped animals, with observations on the genera Asteria, Euryale, Comatula, and Marsupites.
20 g) to invigorate the spleen; Nelumbinis semen/lotus seed or lian zi rou (30 g) to nourish the heart; wild yam or huai shan (30 g) to lower blood sugar, blood pressure; Euryales semen/euryale seed or qian shi (30 g), which is a kidney tonic and strengthens the spleen.
A Natural History of the Crinoidea of Lily Shaped Animals, with Observations on the Genera Asteria, Euryale, Comatula, and Marsupites.
and that of Nymphaeaceae with 4 genera Euryale Nelumbo Nymphaea and Victoria.
252-4) "Dine hunc ardorem mentibus addunt, Euryale, an sua cuique deus fit dira cupido?