Eos, the goddess of the dawn, the daughter of Hyperion, and the sister of Helios and Selene.
On this point he solemnly assured himself as he knocked at Selene's door.
"And you are really thinking of such insane extravagance," cried Selene.
With a gesture of despair he turned to leave the room but Selene detained him.
Next in size come several species of the genus Actias, of which Selene is the most common.
Belle showed signs of fatigue, so Selene made her comfortable on the divan.
"Already," said Selene, in a regretful tone, and she broke off a few violets and roses from the crowded mass.
Belle sat down and laughed again, and this time Selene joined in.
Selene shrugged her shoulders, and her sister jumped up from her seat with her eyes full of tears.
Send me up a dress-pattern off this coral-pink sample for Selene.
moon goddess, equivalent of Latin Luna, from Greek selene "the moon; name of the moon goddess," related to selas "light, brightness, bright flame, flash of an eye," from PIE root *swel- (2) "to shine, beam" (cf. Sanskrit svargah "heaven," Lithuanian svilti "to singe," Old English swelan "to be burnt up," Middle Low German swelan "to smolder"); related to swelter, sultry. Related: Selenian "of or pertaining to the moon as a world," 1660s.