But beware of the pleasant grove of nemean Zeus; for there death's end is destined to befall you.'
It was a representation of Heracles in the act of tearing the jaws of the nemean Lion.
Hercules forced his way through the snowed-up entrance, and tried to seize the brute as he had seized the nemean lion.
We thought it was the nemean lion, and we have found it is the Augean stable.
Not long after he competed at the nemean Games and was victor in the racing.
The first task that Eurystheus gave the hero was to procure the skin of a monstrous lion that inhabited the nemean forest.
The principal among these were the Pythian, nemean, and Isthmian games, though there were various others of less importance.
His nemean lion skin will be of cloth of gold, and his buskins of the same material.
It was like Hercules going into the nemean forest to cut himself a club.
She was just losing herself in the rhythm and splendor of a "nemean" when a eunuch interrupted with his salaam.
1580s, "pertaining to Nemea," a wooded valley in Argolis, especially in reference to the lion there, said to have been killed by Herakles. The place name is from Greek nemos "grove."