Hades

Hades (z; from Ancient Greek Ἅιδης/ᾍδης, Hāidēs; Doric Ἀΐδας Aidas) was the ancient Greek god of the underworld. Eventually, the god`s name came to designate the abode of the dead. In Greek mythology, Hades is the oldest male child of Cronus and Rhea considering the order of birth from the mother, or the youngest, considering t....
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Hades

• (n.) The nether world (according to classical mythology, the abode of the shades, ruled over by Hades or Pluto); the invisible world; the grave.
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Hades

(from the article `hell`) ...), Hades is an underworld god, a chthonic personification of death whose realm, divided from the land of the living by a terrible river, resembles ... [3 related articles]
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Hades

(Gr. Haides) In Greek mythology the god of the underworld, the son of Cronos and Rhea and the brother of Zeus, hence the kingdom ruled over by Hades, or the abode of the dead. -- G.R.M.
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Hades

(`the Rich`), in Greek religion, son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, and brother of the deities Zeus and Poseidon. After Cronus was killed, the ... [5 related articles]
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Hades

(Dis) Name sometimes given Pluto; also, abode of dead, ruled by Pluto.
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Hades

[Honorverse] A pallet lever from an ETA2801-2 movement ...
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Hades

[horse] Hades (foaled 7 November 1996) is a Thoroughbred racehorse who, when he won the New Zealand Derby in 1999, gave trainer Roger James his third Derby win in five years. He had only won 1 race going into the Derby, a maiden race at Awapuni at his first start, but had run well in strong company since including a second-placing in the Av...
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Hadès

[missile] The Hadès system was a short-range ballistic pre-strategic nuclear weapon system designed by France, as a last warning before use of strategic nuclear weapons, in the perspective of a Soviet invasion of Western Europe. It was designed from July 1984 as a replacement for the tactical road-mobile Pluton missile. The 120 intended Ha...
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HADES

[software] HADES (Haskins Analysis Display and Experiment System) refers to a family of signal processing computer programs that was developed in the 1980s at Haskins Laboratories by Philip Rubin and colleagues to provide for the display and analysis of multiple channel physiological, speech, and other sampled data in an experimental contex...
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Hades

Ha'des (hā'dēz) noun [ Greek 'a',dhs , 'A'idhs ; 'a priv. + 'idei^n to see. Confer Un- , Wit .] The nether world (according to classical mythology, the abode of the shades, ruled over by Hades or Pluto); the invisible world; the g...
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Hades

brother of Zeus and god of the underworld; husband of Persephone and favorite of James Hillman. Also ruler over the mineral wealth of the underworld and wearer of a helmet of invisibility.
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Hades

Brother of Zeus and Poseidon who received the underworld after his siblings had taken the heavens and the waters. Although a lesser deity than his powerful brothers, as the earth held valuable minerals and gems he is also associated with wealth. Lord of the domain that included the Elysian fields, for the good, Tartarus, for the bad and the Asphode...
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Hades

Brother of Zeus and Poseidon who received the underworld after his siblings had taken the heavens and the waters. Although a lesser deity than his powerful brothers, as the earth held valuable minerals and gems he is also associated with wealth. Lord of the domain that included the Elysian fields, for the good, Tartarus, for the bad and the Asphode...
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Hades

Hades (hā'dēz) , in Greek and Roman religion and mythology. 1. The ruler of the underworld: see Pluto. 2. The world of the dead, ruled by Pluto and Persephone, located either underground or in the far west beyond the inhabited regions. It was separated from the land of the living by ...
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Hades

Hades 1. A Greek god whose name means, 'The Unseen'. He was lord of the underworld, the abode of the dead. 2. The Greek word Hades was used to translate several Hebrew words in the Bible, namely, 'the pit, stillness, death, those who bring death, deep darkness', and, most commonly, Sheol. 3. In Homer, the name of the god of the lower world, but in ...
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Hades

Hades means places of the departed spirit. In Christian terminology it is the place, either heaven or hell, where the spirit awaits the resurrection. Throughout the modern New Testament the word Hades has been mistranslated as 'hell' meaning the inferno, rather than ambiguous correct meaning.
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Hades

In Greek mythology, the underworld where spirits (shades) went after death, usually depicted as a cavern or pit underneath the Earth, the entrance of which was guarded by the three-headed dog...
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Hades

In Greek mythology, the underworld where spirits (shades) went after death, usually depicted as a cavern or pit underneath the Earth, the entrance of which was guarded by the three-headed dog Cerberus. It was presided over by the god Pluto, originally also known as Hades (Roman Dis). Pluto was the brother of Zeus and married Persephone, daughte...
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Hades

in the Greek Old Testament, translation of the Hebrew Sheol, the dwelling place of the dead. See hell.
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Hades

Tactical nuclear surface-to-surface missile, Aèrospatiale [FR]
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Hades

The second symbolic planet used in Uranian astrology. See also Uranian astrology.
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