noun Classical Mythology.
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Origin of Hecate
OTHER WORDS FROM HecateHec·a·te·an, Hec·a·tae·an, adjective
Words nearby Hecate
Example sentences from the Web for Hecate
The most celebrated, that of Hecate, is at Lagina, where every year great multitudes assemble at a great festival.
Nay it is said the Circe is becoming much of a Hecate now; if the bewitched Duke could see it.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. VII. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
Towering above all was the temple of the dread Hecate, whose priestesses offered to the gods ghastly sacrifices.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
Joseph, who had no faith in Greek and Roman gods, rejected contemptuously the opinion about Hecate.
Then Cinna, who not long before would have laughed at faith in Hecate, sacrificed a hecatomb to her.