He had seen this woman, white breasted like the foam, rising as the ancient goddess from the Paphian Sea.
Another daughter of the Paphian divinity presides at the shrine of rouge et noir.
A tear the Paphian sheds for each blood-drop of Adonis, and tears and blood on the earth are turned to flowers.
The performances at the Paphian Hall on that festive occasion need not be described here with accuracy.
No Paphian girls were introduced; no practical jokes were played; the cook and the housemaid remained in the servants quarters.
He might have been an overgrown and badly dressed Cupid who had innocently wandered from Paphian shores.
Paphian; a reference to Paphos in Cyprus where Aphrodit first set foot after her birth from sea foam.
Hence will it tend to dissensualise its nature into fantastic passions, the idolatry of Paphian priestesses.
A small model of a temple is peculiarly Phnician, like that repeated upon Paphian coins.
Another resembles the Paphian myrtles; another the purple amethysts, or the white roses, or the Thracian crane.