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Aoide: In Greek mythology, Aoede was one of the three original muses, which later expanded to five, before the Nine Olympians Muses were named. Her sisters were Melete and Mneme. She was the muse of song. According to Greek mythology, she is the daughter of Zeus, the King of the Gods, and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory.

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Fairies in World Folklore and Mythology (2013)

by Theresa Bane

Variations: Aoede One of the original three muses according to Pausanias, a second century Greek geographer and traveler, Aoide (“song” or “voice”) was the MUSE of singing and associated with Mount Helicon. Sources: Littleton, Gods ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography (1891)

Based on the Larger Dictionaries by William Smith

Aoide (song), Arche (beginning), and MeJete. Some accounts, in which they are called daughters of Pierus, mention 7 Muses, viz. Nilo, Tritone, Asopo, Neptapora, Achelois, Tipoplo, and liltoi/ia ; and others, lastly, mention 8, which is also ...

Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-bhéarla; or, An Irish-English dictionary [by J. O'Brien]. (1768)

by John O'Brien (R.C. bp. of Cloyne.)

Aoide, youtb. #Aoideadach, well behaved. Aoideòg , a hair-Jace , a Hllet , a head- band. Aoidhe, a skillful or kno.wing perfon. , Aoidheacht , hofpitaliry , fuc- couf, lodging.

Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-sax-bhéarla Or an Irish-English Dictionary. ... (1768)

by John O'Brien

Aoide, youth. Aoideadach , well behaved. *AoiDEOG,a hair-lace, a fillet , a head- band. Aoidhe, a skillful or knowing person. Aoidheacht , hospitality, succour, lodging. Aoidheachtach , hospitable. Aoidhedhe , a guest. Aoil , the mouth. Cantab ...

Google previewWebster's II New College Dictionary (1999)

by Houghton Mifflin Company, Webster

aoide. song.j 1. A classical poem intended to be sung by a chorus at a public festival or as part of a drama. 2. A lyrical poem, often in praise of an object, person, or quality and usu. marked by exalted style. — od'ic o'Jik ad; ...

Google previewFocaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhearla Or an Irish-English Dictionary (1768)

AoIDE, youth. AoIDÉ A BACH, well behaved. d'Aorpeờg, a hair-lage, a fillet, a head-band. , . - AoIDHs, a skillful er knowing. perfon. - } « AorDHEAcHT , hospitality, fuccour, lodging. - AoIDHEAchrach, hospitable. AoIDHEDHE, a guest.

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