Eumenides

the Kindly Ones other names for the Furies.
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Eumenides

• (n. pl.) A euphemistic name for the Furies of Erinyes.
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Eumenides

Eu·men'i·des noun plural [ Latin , from Greek ... lit., gracious goddesses.] (Class. Myth.) A euphemistic name for the Furies of Erinyes.
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Eumenides

a euphemism for the Furies. It means ?Kindly Ones.?
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Eumenides

Eumenides (yOOmen'idēz) : see Furies.
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Eumenides

In Greek mythology, an appeasing name for the Furies, used by 458 BC in Eumenides by the Greek dramatist Aeschylus
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Eumenides

In Greek mythology, an appeasing name for the Furies, used by 458 BC in Eumenides by the Greek dramatist Aeschylus. Originally they were worshipped at the foot of the Areopagus in Athens, in Colonus, and outside Attica; their cult was similar to that of Gaia, mother of the Earth. The Eumenides may have derived from pre-He...
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Eumenides

One of several Furies.
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