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Apollo in English
sun god and patron of music and poetry (Classical Mythology); series of US space crafts designed to land on the moon paragon of beauty, perfect beauty

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Apollo in Greek
απόλλων, απόλλωνας

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Apollo in Chinese (s)
阿波罗; 太阳神; 美男子

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Apollo in Chinese (t)
阿波羅; 太陽神; 美男子

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Apollo in Arabic
أبولو (إله الشعر) أَبولو, نموذج للجمال, الجمال المثالي

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Apollo in Spanish
Apolo, dios del sol o de la luz patrono de la música y la poesía (Mitología clásica); serie de naves espaciales de Estados Unidos diseñadas para aterrizar en la luna apodo de belleza

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Apollo in Russian
Аполлон

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Apollo in Dutch
Apollo (zonnegod in de Griekse mythologie) volmaakte schoonheid

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Apollo in Portuguese
Apolo, deus-sol e padroeiro da música e poesia (Mitologia Clássica); série de aeronaves norte-americanas projetados para pousar na lua apolíneo, belo como Apolo

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Apollo in Turkish
Apollon [mit.], gün ve aydınlık tanrısı [mit.] çok yakışıklı genç

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Apollo in Italian
Apollo, dio del sole e patrono della musica e della poesia (mitologia classica); nome di varie navicelle spaziali statunitensi progettate per atterrare sulla luna Apollo, modello di pura bellezza

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Apollo in French
Apollon, dieu du soleil , des arts, de la musique et de la poésie (Mythologhie classique); nom donné à plusieurs engins spatiaux américains destinés à atteindre la lune d'une beauté parfaite

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Apollo in German
Apollo, Gott der Sonne und patron der Musik und Dichtung (Griechische Mythologie) Apollo, absolute Schöhnheit

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Apollo in Japanese
アポロ, アポローン, 音楽と詩と太陽の神(神話); アポロ, 米国の宇宙船 アポロ; 美青年

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Apollo in Hebrew
אפולו, אל השמש במיתולוגיה היוונית; סדרה של חלליות אמריקאיות שעוצבו לנחיתה על הירח כליל היופי

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Apollo in Korean
아폴로, 태양의 신이며 음악과 시의 옹호자(그리스/로마 신화); 아폴로 우주선(미국) 완전한 미, 미의 전형

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Apollo in Swedish
Apollon (solguden i den grekiska mytologin) perfekt skönhet

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Apollo in English
Apollo (Greek) Also called Phoebus (the pure, shining); son of Zeus and Leto (Latona), the polar region or night, and twin brother of Artemis (Diana). His birth shows the emanation of light from darkness. One of the most popular gods of Greek mythology, he is primarily the god of light, and is also associated with the sun, hence a giver of life, light, and wisdom to the earth and humanity. Apollo and Artemis are the mystic sun and the higher occult moon (SD 2:771). Apollo stands for order, justice, law, and purification by penance. His attribute as a punisher of evil is shown by his bow, with which as an infant he slew Python. He is the deity who wards off evil; the healer, father of Aesculapius and often identified with him; and the god of divination, associated especially with the Oracle at Delphi. The other principal seat of his worship was at Delos, his birthplace. He was also the patron of song and music, of new civic foundations, and protector of crops and flocks. His lyre is the sacred heptachord or septenary, seen in the sevenfold manifestations of the Logos in the universe and man; he is also the sun with its seven planets. He answers in some respects to the Hindu Indra and Karttikeya and in others to the Christian archangel Michael; Janus was the Roman god of light.


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apollo
\a*pol"lo\ (&?;), n. [l. apollo, -linis, gr. &?;.] (classic myth.) a deity among the greeks and romans. he was the god of light and day (the "sun god"), of archery, prophecy, medicine, poetry, and music, etc., and was represented as the model of manly grace and beauty; -- called also phébus

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 temple of apollo 
 phoebus apollo 
 oracle of apollo 
 the apollo belvedere 

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Apollo (Attic, Ionic, and Homeric Greek: , Apollon (gen.: ); Doric: , Apellon; Arcadocypriot: , Apeilon; Aeolic: , Aploun; ) is one of the most important and complex of the Olympian deities in classical Greek and Roman religion and Greek and Roman mythology. The ideal of the kouros (a beardless, athletic youth), Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of light and the sun, truth and prophecy, healing, plague, music, poetry, and more. Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto, and has a twin sister, the chaste huntress Artemis. Apollo is known in Greek-influenced Etruscan mythology as Apulu.

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Apollo (originally Apollon musagète and variously known as Apollo musagetes, Apolo Musageta, and Apollo, Leader of the Muses) is a ballet in two tableaux composed between 1927 and 1928 by Igor Stravinsky. It was choreographed in 1928 by balletmaster George Balanchine, with the composer contributing the libretto. The scenery and costumes were designed by André Bauchant, with new costumes by Coco Chanel in 1929. The scenery was executed by Alexander Shervashidze, with costumes under the direction of Mme. A. Youkine. The American patron of the arts Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge had commissioned the ballet in 1927 for a festival of contemporary music to be held the following year at the Library of Congress, in Washington, D.C.

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State: PENNSYLVANIA
City: APOLLO

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Noun
1. Greek god of light; god of prophesy and poetry and music and healing; son of Zeus and Leto; twin brother of Artemis
(synonym) Phoebus, Phoebus Apollo
(hypernym) Greek deity
(hyponym) Pythius


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Apollo; (Roman god of prophecy| music| poetry| archery| medicine)

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APOLLO was the god of prophesy, music and healing. Like most of his fellow Olympians, Apollo did not hesitate to intervene in human affairs. It was he who brought about the demise of the mighty Achilles. Of all the heroes besieging the city of Troy in the Trojan War, Achilles was the best fighter by far. He had easily defeated the Trojan captain Hector in single combat. But Apollo helped Hector's brother Paris slay Achilles with an arrow. When someone died suddenly, he was said to have been struck down by one of Apollo's arrows. Homer's epic of the Trojan War begins with the god causing a plague by raining arrows down upon the Greek camp. As god of music, Apollo is often depicted playing the lyre. He did not invent this instrument, however, but was given it by Hermes in compensation for cattle theft. Some say that Apollo did invent the lute, although he was best known for his skill on the lyre. He won several musical contests by playing this instrument. In one case he bested Pan, who competed on his own invention, the shepherd's pipe. On this occasion, King Midas had the bad sense to say that he preferred Pan's music, which caused Apollo to turn his ears into those of an ass


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(n.)
A deity among the Greeks and Romans. He was the god of light and day (the "sun god"), of archery, prophecy, medicine, poetry, and music, etc., and was represented as the model of manly grace and beauty; -- called also Phebus.
  

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The 1963-66 models are Milestone cars

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Apollo in Greek
Ουσ. Απόλλωνας
[Αρχαίος Έλληνας θεός προστάτης της μουσικής, της μαντικής τέχνης, θεός του φωτός κτλ. αδελφός της Αρτεμις και γιος της Λητούς]

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Apollo in Esperanto
Apolo

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Apollo in Chinese (s)
Apollo alpha spectrometer 阿波罗α能谱仪

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Apollo in Arabic

ألاسم

أبولو إله الشعر عند اْغريق


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Apollo in Indonesian
apolo

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Apollo in Russian
(n) аполлон; красавец

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аполлон

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n. 1. греч. миф. Аполлон 2. красавец

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Apollo in Dutch
Apollo

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Apollo

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Apollo in Turkish
Apollo

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Apollo in Thai
(อะพอล'โล) n. เทพเจ้าแห่งแสงสว่างการรักษา ดนตรีการทำลาย ความสง่างาม (ของ

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เทพเจ้าอะพอล-โล

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Apollo in Vietnamese

[ə'pɔlou]

◊ danh từ, số nhiều Apollos

▪ thần A-pô-lông, thần mặt trời (thần thoại Hy lạp)

▪ (thơ ca) mặt trời, người đẹp trai



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Apollo in Romanian
Apolo;

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apolo;

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Apollo in Catalan
n pr Apol·lo

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Apollo in French
Apollo [B'pKlBL] n Myth & Fig Apollon m.

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Apollon

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Apollo in Croatian
Apolon , Grčki bog sunca , Lijepi mladić , Bog svjetla, muzike, poezije i proročanstva

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Apollo in Persian
(يونان‌ قديم‌) خداي‌ افتاب‌ و زيبايي‌ و شعر و موسيقي‌

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(يونان قديم )خداى افتاب و زيبايى و شعر و موسيقى

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(يونان‌ قديم‌ ( خداي‌ آفتاب‌ و زيبائي‌ و شعر وموسيقي‌ موسيقي‌

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Apollo in Hebrew
(ש"פ) אפולו, אפולון. אל השמש היווני.

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Apollo in Albanian
1. Zoti i Diellit (mitologjia greke)
2. modeli i bukurisë

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Apollo in Swedish
apollon

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Apollo in Urdu
n.
سورج ديوتا - اپولو


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