Greek: Place name of a town in Greece
Greek: A friend of Hercules
Greek: Thorny; In Greek mythology, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection. Acacia wood was used in the Bible to...
Greek: Sharp, pointed, or thorned
Greek: Achilles was the son of the mortal Peleus and the Nereid Thetis. He was the mightiest of the Greeks who fought in the Trojan...
Latin: Son of Faunus, a god of the forest similar to Pan, and a nymph, he later became the lover of Galatea, the Nereid
Latin: A mythological king of Argos, Acrisius locked his daughter Danae away in an attempt to avoid a prophesy. Zeus appeared to...
Greek: From Attica; The hunter Actaeon stumbled upon the goddess Artemis while she bathed, so she turned him into a stag. His own...
Latin: A hunter
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Arabic: Virgin, unblemished pearl, untrodden sand
Greek: Dear sister
Greek: Beautiful lady
Greek: Extremely handsome; In greek mythology, Adonis is a beautiful young man beloved of Aphrodite.
Greek: Grandfather of Achilles
Greek: Daughter of Pandareos
Greek: Second husband of Medea
Latin: From the Aegean sea
Greek: Shield; In Greek mythology, Aegis was the goat-skin shield of Zeus and his daughter Athena.
Greek: Cousin of Agamemnon
Latin: Cousin of Agamemnon
Greek: Father of the Danaides
Latin: Brother of Daunus
Greek: Praiseworthy; the Trojan warrior from Virgil''s Aeneid
Greek: God of the winds
Latin: Mythical keeper of the winds
Greek: God of medicine
Latin: God of medicine
Greek: Mythological father of Jason. When Aeson was very old, Medea gave him the gift of a second youth.
Greek: Murdered by his brother for theft
Greek: Good, kind
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Greek: Good, kind; Saint Agatha was a third-century Sicilian martyr
Greek: Mythological woman who was turned into stone by Hermes