- the ancient Greek god of the sun, represented as driving a chariot across the heavens; identified by the Romans with Sol.
- a heliogram.
- a heliograph.
Origin of helio
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Examples from the Web for helios
The clearest precursor of this scenario was Helios Airways Flight 522 flying from Cyprus to Athens in August 2005.The Flight 370 Zombie Theory Rises From the Dead
June 26, 2014
But of helios from Mars, or Venus, there were none reported.Tarrano the Conqueror
Raymond King Cummings
Helios suffers no other orb to appear so long as he adorns the heavens.Cleopatra, Complete
She had become Hannah's daughter, and blind Helios the son of the house.
The little ones are perhaps, and Helios who is blind, but Arsinoe does what she can.
He is at once the god of war and also the god of light, which identifies him with Helios.The Swastika
- Greek myth the god of the sun, who drove his chariot daily across the skyRoman counterpart: Sol
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