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In classical mythology, Cupid (Latin Cupido, meaning `desire`) is the god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection. He is often portrayed as the son of the love goddess Venus, and is known in Latin also as Amor (`Love`). His Greek counterpart is Eros. Although Eros appears in Classical Greek art as a slender winged youth, during the He...
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Cupid

[n] - (Roman mythology) god of love
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Cupid

• (n .) The god of love, son of Venus; usually represented as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow.
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noun a symbol for love in the form of a cherubic naked boy with wings and a bow and arrow
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[Michelangelo] The Cupid was a sculpture created by Renaissance artist Michelangelo in 1496, which he artificially aged to make it look like an antique from the advice of Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco. It was this sculpture which first brought him to the attention of patrons in Rome. The work is now lost. ==Sleeping Cupid== In 1496, Michelangelo...
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[moon] Cupid (d {Respell|KEW|pid}) is an inner satellite of Uranus. It was discovered by Mark R. Showalter and Jack J. Lissauer in 2003 using the Hubble Space Telescope. It was named after a character in William Shakespeare`s play Timon of Athens. It is the smallest of inner Uranian satellites, crudely estimated to be only about 18 km in di...
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Cupid

Cu'pid n . [ Latin Cupido , from cupido desire, desire of love, from cupidus . See Cupidity .] (Rom. Myth.) The god of love, son of Venus; usually represented as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow. « Pretty dimpled boys, like smiling cupids . Sh...
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Cupid

ancient Roman god of love in all its varieties, the counterpart of the Greek god Eros and the equivalent of Amor in Latin poetry. According to myth, ... [1 related articles]
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Cupid, cupid 1. In Roman Mythology: The god of love; the son of Venus. 2. The ancient Roman god of love, represented by a young naked boy who has wings and shoots arrows at people to make them start to desire (love?) each other. 3. When seen as cupid (lower case), it is shown as a representation of Cupid as a naked cherubic boy usually having win...
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Cupid

Cupid: see Eros.
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Cupid

In Roman mythology, the god of love (Greek Eros); son of the goddess of love, Venus, and either
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Cupid

In Roman mythology, the god of love (Greek Eros); son of the goddess of love, Venus, and either Mars, Jupiter, or Mercury. Joyous and mischievous, he is generally represented as a winged, naked boy with a bow and arrow, sometimes with a blindfold, torch, or quiver. According to the Roman poet Ovi...
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Cupid

Roman name of Eros.
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Cupid

See Eros.
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