noun Classical Mythology.
Examples from the Web for erato
With such accessories the presence of Erato was perhaps inevitable.
Why, learned Erato, art thou thus diverging into the medical art?
But compare statistically the service and the detriment, for Clio must instruct Calliope and Erato.
It was to Anacreon that Erato offered that chord, threw it rather, laughing, in his face.
Behind a statue of Erato, she was sure that she saw coloured drapery floating in the moonlight.Philothea|Lydia Maria Child
British Dictionary definitions for erato
Word Origin and History for erato
muse who presided over lyric poetry, from Greek erastos "loved, beloved; lovely, charming," verbal adjective of eran "to love, to be in love with" (see Eros).