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Kypris

[ kip-ris ]
/ ˈkɪp rɪs /
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noun
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How to use Kypris in a sentence

  • The name Cypria comes from Kypris, Venus, who caused the infatuation which led to the war.

    Homer's Odyssey|Denton J. Snider
  • And it was the omnipotent son of Kypris, no doubt, who stirred her heart to beat higher than it had ever done before.

  • Vinicius had just committed him to the care of Asklepios and Kypris.

    Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
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