Examples from the Web for astarte
Her passports had been secured and her passage on the Astarte, of the Blue Star line, was arranged for.Louisiana Lou|William West Winter
Atergatis was worshipped by the Greeks as Derceto and Astarte.
Whether Astarte was also a lunar goddess has been questioned.
The pomegranate of Astarte—the medicinal apple of affection—presents itself, also, in the foliage!The Round Towers of Ireland|Henry O'Brien
Astarte is a pretty name, and I'll keep it—I think you love me, Maurice.There are Crimes and Crimes|August Strindberg
British Dictionary definitions for astarte
Word Origin and History for astarte
Phoenician goddess identified with Greek Aphrodite, from Greek Astarte, from Phoenician Astoreth.