Classical Mythology. a brother of Eros, most often regarded as the avenger of unrequited love.
Mount, a peak in central Colorado, in the Sawatch Mountains. 14,269 feet (4349 meters).
I’ve laid all my frankincense and myrrh on the altar of Anteros, I’ve nothing to offer the true god.
Shadows of Flames Amelie Rives
The story of the raising of Eros and Anteros may be found in his life by Eunapius.
The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 4 Lord Byron
It was only revealed to her when Anteros, god of passion, was born.
Myths of Greece and Rome H. A. Guerber
A sculptor would like you more now,—what a head you would make for an Anteros, or an Icarus, or a Hyacinthus!
Venus was his favorite goddess, and among their children were Cupid, Anteros, and Harmonia.
1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis
a tipping forward of an organ, as the uterus. Historical Examples Sometimes a pessary which prevents the anteversion is efficient. Woman William J. Robinson Or, the womb may turn forward, when we have a condition of anteversion. Woman William J. Robinson There are three kinds of displacements: anteversion, retroversion, and prolapsus. Alcohol: A Dangerous and […]
to displace (the uterus or other body organ) by tipping forward. verb (transitive) to displace (an organ or part) by tilting it forward
- Anthelic arc
a rare halo occurring at the sun’s elevation but in the opposite part of the sky.
a song, as of praise, devotion, or patriotism: the national anthem of Spain; our college anthem. a piece of sacred vocal music, usually with words taken from the Scriptures. a hymn sung alternately by different sections of a choir or congregation. to celebrate with or in an anthem. Contemporary Examples Georgia has written for publications […]