noun Classical Mythology.
Origin of Aglaia
Examples from the Web for aglaia
In her babyhood Aglaia herself repudiated the name, as far as common use went, and persisted in calling herself "Dums."
One day, only a week after her fourth birthday, Aglaia disappeared.
Another wall-painting shows in the foreground Aglaia and Hileaira, daughters of Niobe, kneeling and playing the same game.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
They were invoked at festivals, and three cups were drunk by those who feasted in honour of Euphrosyne, Aglaia, and Thalia.Heathen Mythology|Various
Thus, in memory of Aglaia, the old mill was converted into a blessing for the community in which she had once lived.
Word Origin for Aglaia
one of the Graces, Greek, literally "splendor, beauty, brightness," from aglaos "splendid, beautiful, bright," of unknown origin.