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Alternative clues for the word hera
Patroness of the Argonauts
Mother of Hephaestus
Queen of the heavens
Bickerer in the "Iliad"
Wife of Zeus
Queen of Olympus
Greek queen of heaven
Goddess whose name means "chosen one"
Daughter of Cronus
Juno's Greek counterpart
Sister of Zeus
Jealous wife of myth
Jealous wife in Greek myth
Hectorer of Zeus
Ancient Olympia's Temple of ___
Consort of Zeus
Frequent quarreler with Zeus
Vindictive Greek goddess
Sister and wife of Zeus
Goddess of matrimony
Mother of Ares
Ox-eyed queen of myth
"Ox-eyed lady" in the "Iliad"
Goddess whose bird was a peacock
Queen on Mount Olympus
Goddess with a cow as an emblem
Jealous queen of myth
She punished Echo
Goddess whose name is an anagram of her mother's
Queen in Greek myth
Juno, in Greece
Queen of myth
Vindictive one, in myth
Juno, to the Greeks
Goddess who competed for the apple of discord
"Great ___!" (Wonder Woman cry)
Mother of Ares and Hephaestus
Goddess in a chariot drawn by peacocks
Goddess involved in Hercules' labors
Goddess of marriage
One sitting on a celestial throne
Also-ran for the golden apple, in myth
Queen of the Greek gods
Sister and wife of Zeus remembered for her jealously of the many mortal women Zeus fell in love with
Identified with Roman Juno
Queen of the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology
Statue by Polyclitus
Queen of the gods
Sister of Poseidon
Mother of Eris
A daughter of Cronos
Mythical queen of heaven
Queen on Olympus
Zeus's sister and mate
Wife or sister of Zeus
Apple of discord contender
First Lady of Olympus
Goddess watching over Xanthippe
Goddess associated with the peacock
Juno, to Plato
The peacock was sacred to her
Queen of heaven, to Homer
Goddess of women and marriage
She mothered a war god
Romans called her Juno
Wife and sister of Zeus
Queen seduced by a cuckoo
Queen on Mt. Ida
Rival of Leto
Her epithet was Argeia
"The ox-eyed" of Olympus
Spouse of Zeus
Zeus' sister and spouse
Juno her name?
Word definitions for hera in dictionaries
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
sister and wife of Zeus, from Greek Hera, literally "protectress," related to heros "hero," originally "defender, protector."
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Hera (, , Greek , Hērā , equivalently , Hērē , in Ionic and Homer ) is the wife and one of three sisters of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of Greek mythology and religion . Her chief function was as the goddess of women and marriage. Her counterpart in the...
Usage examples of hera.
For thus Hera devised it, that Aeaean Medea might come to Ioleus for a bane to Pelias, forsaking her native land.
Hydra The beast of Hera, daughter of the serpent-goddess Echidna, guarded the entrance to the underworld at Lerna.
I want to get my feet on some solid ground down there on Heras 6 and find myself a woman to share my life with.
It entered the outer atmosphere of Heras 6 and the Captain had to fight to regain control, as the ship sped too quickly towards the surface of the planet.
The Government fear that he is using the party to extend the activities of his pirate organisation on Heras 6.
He once said be would stop at nothing to redistribute the balance of power back to Earth, even if it meant the ruin of Heras 6.
Then he studied the co-ordinates a little more carefully, and with a sickening feeling he realised it would destroy Heras 6 before it stopped.
However, I gained much more support than I had ever thought possible, and although the percentage was small, it coincided with the split in the Administration Party, who are putting up candidates against themselves on the Heras 6 - Earth issue.
Slarvo 3 that Dan Hutyer from Heras 6 is here and is taking over from Mr.
It was an invention of the late Professor Lewis of Heras 6, his sister said it was defective and was burnt out when we used it.
The Administration of Slarvo 3 had an agreement with Heras 6 to ensure that noone discovered your true identity.
As Juno Lucina, Queen of Celestial Light, She is related to Her Greek counterpart, Hera, from Whose breasts streamed the Milky Way.
Hera loved this tree very much, but after a while she found she could not keep it in her own garden for Zeus would steal the beautiful golden apples and distribute them as favors to the nymph or dryad or naiad or Titaness or human girl he happened to be courting at the time.
I can barely keep Hera in her place, especially when she decides on some little pet project close to her heart, such as slaughtering the Achaeans to a man.
This is, after all, Hera, wife and sister to Zeus, queen of the gods and the most powerful of all of the goddesses with the possible exception of Athena.