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An ancient Semitic goddess of love and war, being the Phoenician, Syrian, and Canaanite counterpart to Ishtar. In the Bible, her name sometimes appears in the plural, perhaps referring to a group of goddesses. Also called Ashtoreth.
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(Other Non-Christian Religions) a fertility goddess worshipped by the Phoenicians: identified with Ashtoreth of the Hebrews and Ishtar of the Babylonians and Assyrians
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a Semitic goddess of fertility and reproduction worshiped by the Phoenicians and Canaanites.
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|Noun||1.||Astarte - an ancient Phoenician goddess of love and fertility; the Phoenician counterpart to Ishtar|
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