Omphalo- ... The umbilicus, the navel. ... Origin: G. Omphalos, navel (umbilicus) ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. The umbilicus, the navel.
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Omphalagria is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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In Greek mythology, Omphale (Ὀμφάλη) was a daughter of Iardanus, either a king of Lydia, or a river-god. Omphale was queen of the kingdom of Lydia in Asia Minor; according to Bibliotheke she was the wife of Tmolus, the oak-clad mountain king of Lydia; after he was gored to death by a bull, s...
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Omphale (om'fulē") : see Hercules.
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In Greek mythology, Omphale was the wife of Tmolus and queen of Lydia after his death. She bought Hercules as a slave - his atonement for the murder of Iphitus - who stayed with her for three years, during which time he was said to have used the distaff and spun wool, wearing women's clothes.
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In Lydian mythology, Omphale is a goddess of the earth, rebirth & augury. The universal womb and the hub of life.
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OMPHALE (methodological tool for forecasting inhabitants, labour force, housing and school students) is an application comprising a theoretical population forecasting model, demographic databases, demographic analysis techniques and future scenario construction tools.
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[genus] Omphale is a genus of hymenopteran insects of the family Eulophidae. ...
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The plants are toxic and few animals can eat them. Diurnal moths of the subfamily Uraniinae feed on them. These moths are species of the genus Urania in the Americas, and of the genus Chrysiridia in Africa. ===Single species=== The single African species from Tanzania is the O. mansfeldiana Mildbra...
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genus of tropical shrubs or trees of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), comprising 15 species; 12 are native to the Americas, 3 to the Old World. O. ...
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Omphalea is a genus of tropical trees or shrubs of the family Euphorbiaceae. They bear monoecious, apetalous flowers, followed by thick fleshy fruits with hard centres.
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