- a mother goddess of Phrygia and Asia Minor, identified by the Greeks with Rhea and by the Romans with Ops.
Also Cy·be·be [sahy-bee-bee] /saɪˈbi bi/.
Also called Berecyntia, Dindymene.
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Examples from the Web for cybele
It did not seem to Cybele that she could leave the aunt there.The Angel Children
Charlotte M. Higgins
Forth from a rugged arch, in the dusk below,640 Came mother Cybele!Endymion
That is the temple of the goddess of Sardis, Cybele or Ma, as they call her.An Egyptian Princess, Complete
A name of Cybele, wife of Saturn, and the Roman deity of mother-earth.1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described
Edward S. Ellis
The violet sprang from the blood of Attis when Cybele changed him into a pine-tree.The Sacred Tree
J. H. Philpot
- 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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