Fates

Weird Sisters noun a group of three goddesses of destiny
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Fates

(Moirae) the goddesses Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos. Clotho (Roman Nona) spins the thread of a life, Lachesis (Decima) measures it out, and Atropos (Morta) snipped it to end it. Even the gods were subject to their judgments.
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fates

fate, fates 1. Literally, `something spoken (by the gods).” 2. The force or principle believed to predetermine events. 3. A consequence or final result. 4. Destiny or something that inevitably happens to someone or something. 5. An unhappy consequence or a disastrous or ruinous outcome. Fates and their decisions; an old Greek story.
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Fates

Fates, in Greek religion and mythology, three goddesses who controlled human lives; also called the Moerae or Moirai. They were: Clotho, who spun the web of life; Lachesis, who measured its length; and Atropos, who cut it. The Roman Fates were the Parcae—Nona, Decuma, and Morta. In Norse mytho...
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Fates

Goddesses of destiny; Clotho (Spinner of thread of life), Lachesis (Determiner of length), and Atropos (Cutter of thread); also called Moirae. Identified by Romans with their goddesses of fate; Nona, Decuma, and Morta; called Parcae.
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Fates

In Greek mythology, three female figures who determined the destiny of human lives; later, the duration of human life. They were envisaged as spinners: Clotho spun the thread of life, Lachesis...
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Fates

In Greek mythology, three female figures who determined the destiny of human lives; later, the duration of human life. They were envisaged as spinners: Clotho spun the thread of life, Lachesis apportioned the thread, and Atropos cut it off. They are analogous to the Roman Parcae or Fata and Norse Norns
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Fates

The fates were 3 goddesses who decided each persons destiny
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Fates

three sisters named Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos; these women measure out the length of individuals` lives; they are the daughters of Zeus and Themis.
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Fates

[n] - a group of 3 goddesses of destiny
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