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Definition of Furies

  1. noun plural See Fury, 3.
  2. plural of Fury


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Furies - words with similar meaning

  • Eumenides noun plural A euphemistic name for the Furies of Erinyes.
  • Erinys noun An avenging deity; one of the Furies; sometimes, conscience personified.

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Erinyes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

They correspond to the Furies or Dirae in Roman mythology. When the Titan Cronus castrated his father Uranus and threw his genitalia into the sea, the Erinyes emerged from the ...

Furies, Greece, Greek mythology - in2Greece.com - travel ...

Furies. Three goddesses of vengeance: Tisiphone (avenger of murder), Megaera (the jealous) and Alecto (constant anger). They were also called the Daughters of the ...

Furies - Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.

The Roman goddess of vengeance. They are equivalent to the Greek Erinyes. The Furies, who are usually characterized as three sisters (Alecto, Tisiphone, and Magaera ...

Furies (Greco-Roman mythology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

in Greco-Roman mythology, goddesses of vengeance. They were probably personified curses, but possibly they were originally conceived of as ghosts of the murdered.

FURIES

FURIES. Real Names: Alecto, Tisiphone and Megaera. Occupation: Goddesses of vengeance and retribution . Legal Status: Citizens of Olympus. Identity: The general ...

Furies | Define Furies at Dictionary.com

noun, plural fuВ·ries. 1. unrestrained or violent anger, rage, passion, or the like: The gods unleashed their fury on the offending mortal. 2. violence; vehemence ...

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"In front of this man slept a startling company of women lying all upon the chairs. Or not women, I think I call them rather gorgons, only not gorgons either, since ...

ERINYES : Greek goddesses of retribution, the Furies ...

THE ERINYES were three netherworld goddesses who avenged crimes against the natural order. They were particularly concerned with homicide, unfilial conduct, crimes ...