noun Classical Mythology.
Origin of Euphrosyne
Examples from the Web for euphrosyne
Historical Examples of euphrosyne
“If so, command me, madam,” Euphrosyne exerted herself to say.
Before she could make a sign, Euphrosyne had rushed from the room.
“And I do not understand what it is all about,” said Euphrosyne, as she returned to her grandfather.
“That would not have been the answer if—” whispered Euphrosyne to her friend.
He would sail with Hédouville; and so should Euphrosyne, and so should Pierre.
Word Origin for Euphrosyne
name of one of the three Graces in Greek mythology, from Latin, from Greek Euphrosyne, literally "mirth, merriment," from euphron "cheerful, merry, of a good mind," from eu "well" (see eu-) + phren (genitive phrenos) "mind," of unknown origin.