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Answer for the clue "Cupbearer to the gods ", 4 letters:
hebe

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The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hebe \He"be\, n. [L., fr. Gr. "h`bh youth, "H`bh Hebe.] (Class. Myth.) The goddess of youth, daughter of Jupiter and Juno. She was believed to have the power of restoring youth and beauty to those who had lost them. (Zo["o]l.) An African ape; the hamadryas. ...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
derogatory word for "a Jew," 1932, shortened from Hebrew

Usage examples of hebe.

It went straight up as the dago, the hebe, the bohunk, the nigger came down and into it.

The only thing which rather interfered with the dignity of this latter piece, and gave it a somewhat comic air, were the four Latin verses, which might make people imagine that, after enjoying the girl as Hebe, I had gone in search of her as Ganymede.

The superior manner in which Clementine had applied the story of Hebe convinced me not only that she had a profound knowledge of mythology, but also that she had a keen and far-reaching intellect.

I have just seen what must have been seen when Hebe was falling, and if I had been Jupiter I should have changed my mind.

She fancied that in the colours of her dress, rose and green, I had indicated the characteristics of the youthful Hebe.

The Venetian Government had some trouble with Mocenigo, and as he attempted to set out for Vienna they exiled him and chose another ambassador, whose morals were as bad, save that the new ambassador indulged himself with Hebe and not Ganymede, which threw a veil of decency over his proceedings.

Hebe was delivered temporarily into the keeping of Tombo, a large handkerchief tied round her head, and she was put naked into one of the saddle-bags.

When the company broke up I offered my hand to Hebe, and escorted her and her sister to their room.

Clairmont was doing my hair when my youthful Hebe presented herself with a basket in her hands.

Their names were Isis, Amphitrite, Hebe, Pandora, Psyche, Thetis, Pomona, Daphne, Clytie, Galatea and Arethusa.

First, Ulysses sees in the infernal regions the image of Herakles shooting the shadows of the Stymphalian birds, while his soul is said to be rejoicing with fair legged Hebe at the banquets of the immortal gods in the skies.

The next day was one of happy quiet, and I spent it without leaving the castle, being engaged in instructing my Hebe on the nature of the sphere, and in preparing her for the beauties of Wolf.

I sent her away with a fee of two ducats, but before she went she gave me her address written in German with four Latin verses beneath, stating that her bedfellow would find her either Hebe or Ganymede, according to his liking.

The superior manner in which Clementine had applied the story of Hebe convinced me not only that she had a profound knowledge of mythology, but also that she had a keen and far-reaching intellect.

Jupiter drove Hebe away, and now I ought to drive Jupiter away out of revenge.