Aethusa

Aethusa (Gr. Αἵθουσα) was in Greek mythology a daughter of Poseidon and Alcyone, who was beloved by Apollo, and bore to him Eleuther. The word aethusa was used as an epithet for a portico that was open to the sun, that is, Apollo. According to Pliny`s Naturalis Historia, Aethusa is also the eponym of the Italian island which is now called....
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Aethusa

genus Aethusa noun fool`s parsley
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Aethusa

[n] - fool's parsley
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