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Thyone

[thahy-oh-nee, thahy-uh-]
noun Classical Mythology.
  1. Semele, as named by her son Dionysus when he took her from the underworld to Olympus.
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Historical Examples

  • "They were already laid out when we left Alexandria," said Thyone.

    Arachne, Complete

    Georg Ebers

  • Thyone and Daphne extended their hands to him all the more cordially.

  • Thyone, shrugging her shoulders mournfully, pointed to the suffering artist.

  • Bacchus, when made a god, raised her to heaven under the name of Thyone.

  • A short time after, the steward Gras went to Hermon to entreat him to yield to Thyone's entreaties and leave the deck.