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Aph·ro·di·te

 (ăf′rə-dī′tē)
n. Greek Mythology
The goddess of love and beauty. Also called Cytherea.

[Greek Aphrodītē, of Phoenician origin; see ʕṯtr in Semitic roots.]
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Aphrodite

(ˌæfrəˈdaɪtɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the goddess of love and beauty, daughter of Zeus. Roman counterpart: Venus Also called: Cytherea
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Aph•ro•di•te

(ˌæf rəˈdaɪ ti)

n.
the ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty, identified by the Romans with Venus.
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Translations
Afrodita
Aphrodité
Afrodyta

Aphrodite

[ˌæfrəʊˈdaɪtɪ] NAfrodita
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Aphrodite

[ˌæfrəˈdaɪtɪ] nAfrodite f
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The model LA=4.77+0.61[W.sup.2] was also tested, as proposed for squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) 'Afrodite' by ROUPHAEL et al.
256-318 La fanciulla e turbata in quanto prova attrazione nei confronti del giovane; gli parla del suo stato di sacerdotessa consacrata ad Afrodite e dell'impossibilita di realizzare un rapporto amoroso.
As sugestoes de Afrodite e Efigenia (Quadro 2) poderiam responder acoes de educacao permanente para os trabalhadores em saude, uma vez que propoem a realizacao de palestras e seminarios sobre diversidade sexual para profissionais da saude com orientacoes sobre respeito as identidades de genero trans e ao nome social.
Hesioquo s.v.) e um heroi da mitologia classica, amado por Afrodite e por Persefone.
But apart from that isolated, prominent caption, Orff's first significant foray into musical setting of Greek text was in Trionfo di Afrodite. In this work, Catullus poetry and quotations from Euripides and Sappho accompany a nuptial celebration and the worship of Aphrodite and Hymeneos.
furtive, Cheiracanthium canariense, Tibellus macellus, Thanatus formicinus, Thanatus sabulosus, Carrhotus xanthogramma, Heliophanus dubius, Heliophanus simplex, Thyene imperialis, Plexippoides gestroi, Phlegra fasciata, Phintella sp., Enoplognatha afrodite, Coriarachne depressa, Coriarachne sp., Ozyptila simplex and Xysticus kempeleni in Hatay; Hypsosinga pygmaea, Neoscona sp., Bathyphantes sp., Centromerus sp., Erigone atra, Maso sundevalli, Philodromus aureoles, Pholcus sp., Marpissa radiate, Philaeus chrysops, Enoplognatha caricis, Enoplognatha giladensis, Steatoda bipunctata, Steatoda paykulliana, Cozyptila guseinovorum, Diaea dorsata, Pistius truncates, Thomisus citrinellus, Tetragnatha obtuse, Tetragnatha striata and Uloborus plumipes in Adana (Table II).
E Venus Afrodite ou Venus Mercenaria quem aliviara o mal que ela tera lhes causado?
The Ercole e Afrodite console is the first piece created by in-house research center Driade Lab.
(47) "A euforia que a beleza nos suscita nao deve ser confundida com a propria beleza." (48) Pode-se acrescentar que o valor beleza produz o agradavel em quem contempla a beleza misteriosa da Monalisa, a beleza sensual da escultura de Afrodite ou a beleza sublime da Pieta.