Greek Mythology The goddess of childhood and springtime, cupbearer to the Olympian gods.
The goddess of childhood, girl of Jupiter and Juno. She had been considered to possess energy of rebuilding youth and beauty to those that had lost all of them.
An African ape; the hamadryas.
In Greek misconception, the goddess of childhood and springtime; the personification of eternal and exuberant youth, and, until supplanted in this company by Ganymede, the cup-bearer of Olympus, a daughter of Zeus and Hera, just who offered this lady as wife to Hercules after his deification, as a reward of their accomplishments.
The sixth planetoid, found by Henke in Driesen, Prussia, in 1847.
[lowercase] In mammalogy, same as hamadryad, 4.
(Greek mythology) the goddess of childhood and springtime; spouse of Hercules; child of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer into the Olympian gods