[ yoo-fros-uh-nee ]
/ yuˈfrɒs əˌni /
noun Classical Mythology.
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Origin of Euphrosyne
<Greek, personification of euphrosýnē mirth, merriment
Words nearby Euphrosyne
, Euphrates River
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How to use Euphrosyne in a sentence
“Or call it by some pretty name to placate it,” Euphrosyne suggested.
Euphrosyne wished that he would come out, within sight of the beckon of her hand.
Euphrosyne cast a smile down to the nun, and placed herself against the jalousie, holding the branch upon her head.
I advise you to make friends among the sisters, however, Euphrosyne; for there you will spend the next few years.
British Dictionary definitions for Euphrosyne
Greek myth one of the three Graces
Word Origin for Euphrosyne
from Greek: mirth, merriment
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