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Hebe meaning in Urdu

Hebe Definitions

1) Hebe : یونانی دیوی : (noun) (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and spring; wife of Hercules; daughter of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer to the Olympian gods.


Useful Words

Zeus : یونان کا سب سے بڑا دیوتا , Helen : قدیم یونانی شہزادی , Hecate : افزائش نسل کی دیوی , Aides : یونانی دیوتا , Adonis : یونانی دیوتا کا پسندیدہ لڑکا , Jove : رومیوں کا دیوتا , Luna : چاند کی دیوی , Nike : نایک؛ زمین سے فضا میں مار کرنے والا راکٹ یا میزائیل , Ambrosia : شہد؛ عسل؛ امرت؛آب حیات , Aesir : دیوتا , Hel : مردوں کی دیوی , Hesiod : یونانی شاعر , Aglaia : یونانی دیوی , Hymen : شادی کا دیوتا , Oread : پہاڑی پری , Nereid : جل پری , Calypso : قدیم یونانی افسانوی پری , Thalia : ثلائیہ , Cepheus : حبشہ کا بادشاہ , Agamemnon : یونانی بادشاہ , Acheron : موت کا دریا , Eve : حوا , Bounce : اچھلنا , Aegisthus : قدیم یونانی دیوتا , Pegasus : ایک برادر گہوڑا , Abduction : اغواء , Herculean : کٹھن , Sister-In-Law : نند , Abila : جبل موسی , Bloom : نوجوانی کا حسین وقت , Cub : نادان

Useful Words Definitions

Zeus: (Greek mythology) the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology; son of Rhea and Cronus whom he dethroned; husband and brother of Hera; brother of Poseidon and Hades; father of many gods; counterpart of Roman Jupiter.

Helen: (Greek mythology) the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leda who was abducted by Paris; the Greek army sailed to Troy to get her back which resulted in the Trojan War.

Hecate: (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches.

Aides: (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone.

Adonis: (Greek mythology) a handsome youth loved by both Aphrodite and Persephone.

Jove: (Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus.

Luna: (Roman mythology) the goddess of the Moon; counterpart of Greek Selene.

Nike: (Greek mythology) winged goddess of victory; identified with Roman Victoria.

Ambrosia: (classical mythology) the food and drink of the gods; mortals who ate it became immortal.

Aesir: (Norse mythology) the chief race of gods living at Asgard.

Hel: (Norse mythology) goddess of the dead and queen of the underworld.

Hesiod: Greek poet whose existing works describe rural life and the genealogies of the gods and the beginning of the world (eighth century BC).

Aglaia: (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces.

Hymen: (Greek mythology) the god of marriage.

Oread: (Greek mythology) one of the mountain nymphs.

Nereid: (Greek mythology) any of the 50 sea nymphs who were daughters of the sea god Nereus.

Calypso: (Greek mythology) the sea nymph who detained Odysseus for seven years.

Thalia: (Greek mythology) the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry.

Cepheus: (Greek mythology) king of Ethiopia and husband of Cassiopeia.

Agamemnon: (Greek mythology) the king who lead the Greeks against Troy in the Trojan War.

Acheron: (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead were carried by Charon.

Eve: (Old Testament) Adam`s wife in Judeo-Christian mythology: the first woman and mother of the human race; God created Eve from Adam`s rib and placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Bounce: spring back; spring away from an impact.

Aegisthus: (Greek mythology) the seducer of Clytemnestra and murderer of Agamemnon who usurped the throne of Mycenae until Agamemnon`s son Orestes returned home and killed him.

Pegasus: (Greek mythology) the immortal winged horse that sprang from the blood of the slain Medusa; was tamed by Bellerophon with the help of a bridle given him by Athena; as the flying horse of the Muses it is a symbol of highflying imagination.

Abduction: the criminal act of capturing and carrying away by force a family member; if a man`s wife is abducted it is a crime against the family relationship and against the wife.

Herculean: extremely difficult; requiring the strength of a Hercules.

Sister-In-Law: A sister-in-law is the sister of one`s spouse or the wife of one`s sibling. When two individuals get married, their respective siblings become related to each other through the marriage. The term "sister-in-law" is used to refer to the sister of the husband or wife in this context.

Abila: a promontory in northern Morocco opposite the Rock of Gibraltar; one of the Pillars of Hercules.

Bloom: the best time of youth.

Cub: an awkward and inexperienced youth.

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