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He·be

 (hē′bē)
n. Greek Mythology
The goddess of youth and spring, cupbearer to the Olympian gods.
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Hebe

(ˈhiːbɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the goddess of youth and spring, daughter of Zeus and Hera and wife of Hercules
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He•be1

(ˈhi bi)

n.
an ancient Greek goddess of youth, the daughter of Zeus and Hera.

Hebe2

(hib)

n.
usage: This term is a slur and should be avoided. It is used with disparaging intent and is perceived as highly insulting.
n.
Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. (a contemptuous term used to refer to a Jew.)
[1925–30; shortening of Hebrew]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Hebe - (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and springHebe - (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and spring; wife of Hercules; daughter of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer to the Olympian gods
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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Translations

Hebe

[ˈhiːbɪ] N (US) (pej) → judío/a m/f
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Hebe

[ˈhiːbɪ] nEbe f
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Laurence and Aunt March shrugged and smiled at one another when water, lemonade, and coffee were found to be to only sorts of nectar which the three Hebes carried around.
There are lots of different colours and varieties to choose from and hebes are a great nectar source for bees and other pollinators too.
| Take semi-ripe cuttings of evergreen shrubs, eg hebes, camellias, choisya, holly, laurel JOBS FOR THE WEEK and box, as well as herbs such as rosemary and lavender, and conifers.
Take semi-ripe cuttings of evergreen shrubs, eg hebes, camellias, choisya, holly, laurel and box, as well as herbs such as rosemary and lavender, and conifers.
Cluster Unlike many hebes its flowers, attractive clusters of violet-blue, appear intermittently from midsummer to mid-autumn.
Plant them at the front of borders with dwarf hebes and heucheras, or in alpine beds, or add them to late winter containers.
Hebes are a sometimes overlooked shrub, but there are some beautiful varieties - and 'Great Orme', which is currently in blossom, is one.
Hebes are a sometimes overlooked shrub, but there are some beautiful varieties - and Orme currently bl i 'Great Orme' which is in blossom is one.
The letter went on to say that Gibson called Jews "Hebes," "oven-dodgers" and "Jewboys." Eszterhas also stated that Gibson used the Maccabees project in order "to deflect continuing charges of anti-Semitism which have dogged you, charges which have crippled your career."
Good plant partners include heathers, grasses, phormiums and dwarf hebes.
Hebes Chasma, a huge trough on Mars, reflects the Red Planet's tumultuous and varied past.