On one is represented Phbus, the golden-haired god of day, and on the other the triform goddess Luna.
Calyp′trate, furnished with such; Calyp′triform, Calyptrimor′phous, having the form of a calyptra.
She was known among the Greeks as Diana or Phoebe, and was honored as a triform goddess.
Even the triform Hecate was subject to their spells; they could arrest the course of nature and bring the moon to earth.
The God of the other is a triform Being—a metaphysical trinity in unity.
A name of Diana, alluding to her triform divinity as goddess of heaven, earth, and hell.
triform, trī′form, adj. having a triple form—also Trī′formed.