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Cybele

[ sib-uh-lee ]
/ ˈsɪb əˌli /
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noun
a mother goddess of Phrygia and Asia Minor, identified by the Greeks with Rhea and by the Romans with Ops.
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Also Cy·be·be [sahy-bee-bee]. /saɪˈbi bi/.
Also called Berecyntia, Dindymene.
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Cybele
/ (ˈsɪbɪlɪ) /

noun
classical myth the Phrygian goddess of nature, mother of all living things and consort of Attis; identified with the Greek Rhea or Demeter
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