[yoo-rid-uh-see, yuh-] /yʊˈrɪd əˌsi, yə-/
noun, Classical Mythology.
Also called Agriope. the wife of Orpheus.
the wife of Creon of Thebes.
(Greek myth) a dryad married to Orpheus, who sought her in Hades after she died. She could have left Hades with him had he not broken his pact and looked back at her
wife of Orpheus in Greek mythology, from Latin, from Greek Eurydike, literally “wide justice,” from eurys “wide” (see aneurysm) + dike “right, custom, usage, law; justice” (cognate with Latin dicere “to show, tell;” see diction).
[yoo r-i-hey-lahyn, -hal-ahyn] /ˌyʊər ɪˈheɪ laɪn, -ˈhæl aɪn/ adjective 1. (of an aquatic organism) tolerating a wide range of salinity. /ˌjʊərɪˈheɪliːn; -laɪn/ adjective 1. (of certain aquatic animals) able to tolerate a wide range of salinity Compare stenohaline
[yoo-rim-uh-kuh s, yuh-] /yʊˈrɪm ə kəs, yə-/ noun 1. (in the Odyssey) a deceitful suitor of Penelope.
euryon eu·ry·on (yur’ē-ŏn’) n. The extremity on either side of the greatest transverse diameter of the head; it is a point used in craniometry.
euryopia eu·ry·o·pi·a (yur’ē-ō’pē-ə) n. Abnormally wide opening of the eyes.