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Aglaia

[ uh-gley-uh, uh-glahy-uh ]
/ əˈgleɪ ə, əˈglaɪ ə /
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noun Classical Mythology.

one of the Graces.

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Origin of Aglaia

<Greek: splendor, beauty
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Aglaia
/ (əˈɡlaɪə) /

noun

Greek myth one of the three Graces

Word Origin for Aglaia

Greek: splendour, from aglaos splendid
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