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Thalia

[ thuh-lahy-uh, they-lee-uh, theyl-yuh ]
/ θəˈlaɪ ə, ˈθeɪ li ə, ˈθeɪl yə /
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noun Classical Mythology.
the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry.
one of the Graces.
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Origin of Thalia

<Latin <Greek Tháleia, special use of the adj.: rich, plentiful; akin to thallus
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British Dictionary definitions for Thalia

Thalia
/ (θəˈlaɪə) /

noun Greek myth
the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry
one of the three Graces

Word Origin for Thalia

C17: via Latin from Greek, from thaleia blooming
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