- the ancient Greek goddess of the dawn, identified by the Romans with Aurora.
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Historical Examples of eos
Eos Cymru (the Welsh nightingale) for a fine Welsh songstress.An Outline of English Speech-craft
Eos got up from the board, and went to a small chamber at the edge of the disk.
They entered the mansion on the disk, and Eos sent it sharply upward.
Eos looked at him, smiling sadly, her eyes far-off with other thoughts.
So leaving them, Eos walked out of the chamber and to the great hall.
- Greek myth the winged goddess of the dawn, the daughter of HyperionRoman counterpart: Aurora