Melpomene

the Muse of tragedy; the Muses were nine goddesses whom artists appealed to in order to inspire their works.
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Melpomene

[n] - (Greek mythology) the Muse of tragedy
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Melpomene

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Hind on 14 Jun 1852. Diameter in km: 162. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Melpomene

In Greek mythology, the Muse of tragic drama or tragedy. Her symbols were a tragic mask, staff of Heracles, or sword. ...
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Melpomene

Mel·pom'e·ne noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., lit., the songstress, from ..., ..., to sing.] 1. (Class. Myth.) The Muse of tragedy. 2. (Astron.) The eighteenth asteroid.
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Melpomene

noun (Greek mythology) the Muse of tragedy
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Melpomene

• (n.) The Muse of tragedy. • (n.) The eighteenth asteroid.
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Melpomene

in Greek religion, one of the nine Muses, patron of tragedy and lyre playing. In Greek art her attributes were the tragic mask and the club of ... [1 related articles]
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Melpomene

Melpomene (mel PAHM i nee) The Muse of tragedy.
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Melpomene

HMS Melpomene was a British unarmed coastal minelayer of 535 tons displacement launched in 1915. HMS Melpomene had a top speed of 10 knots and carried a complement of 52 and 52 mines.
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Melpomene

Melpomene (melpom'unē") : see Muses.
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Melpomene

Melpomene was the muse of tragedy. She was the daughter of Jupiter and Mnemosyne. She was represented as veiled, and holding in her hand a tragic mask. her instrument was the lyre. She mated with Achelous and gave birth to the Sirens.
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Melpomene

Melpomene (iː; Μελπομένη; `to sing` or `the one that is melodious`), initially the Muse of Singing, she then became the Muse of Tragedy, for which she is best known now. Her name was derived from the Greek verb melpô or melpomai meaning `to celebrate with dance and song.` She is often represented with a tragic mask and wearing the...
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Melpomene

[plant] Melpomene is a genus of ferns in the Polypodiaceae family. Species include Melpomene brevipes among others. ...
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Melpomene

[spider] Melopomene is a genus of spider in the family Agelenidae. Adults range from 7.0 to 8.5 mm in length. Melopomene species range from southwestern U.S. (southern Arizona to western Texas) to Panama. Roth and Brame (1972) noted that, with many undescribed species, the genus appears to be a catchall or `wastebasket taxon` for several un...
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Melpomene

One of several Muses.
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