plural noun, singular Cha·ris [key-ris] /ˈkeɪ rɪs/.
Examples from the Web for charites
The meaning of ye poetes deuise touching the muses & Charites.The Education of Children|Desiderius Erasmus
The transition from a single goddess, Charis, to a number or group of Charites, is marked in Homer.
Apuleius1201 gives the case of Charites who had intense love for her husband.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
One of the three Graces or Charites;attendant of Venus, 105.Myths of Greece and Rome|H. A. Guerber
Charites describes his conversion to the love of Nature by his friend Eukrates.