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Astarte in English
Ashtoreth, ancient Phoenician goddess of love fertility and war (Mythology)

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Astarte in Arabic
أشتوريت, عشتروت, الهة الحب والخصب والحرب لدى الفينيقيين

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Astarte in Spanish
Astarté, antigua diosa fenicia del Amor de la Fertilidad y la Guerra, Astarté (Mitología)

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Astarte in Portuguese
Astarte, antiga deusa fenícia do amor fertilidade e guerra (Mitologia)

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Astarte in Turkish
antik Fenike aşk doğurganlık ve savaş Tanrıçası (Mitoloji)

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Astarte in Italian
Astarte, antica dea fenicia dell'amore, della fertilità e della guerra (mitol.)

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Astarte in French
Astarté, ancienne déesse phénicienne de l'amour, de la fécondité (Mythologie)

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Astarte in German
Astarte, antike phönizische Gottheit der Fruchtbarkeit und des Krieges, Ashtoreth (Mythologie)

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Astarte in Japanese
アスタルテ, 古代フェニキアの愛と肥沃と戦争の女神, アシュトレト(神話)

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Astarte in Hebrew
עשתורת, מלכת השמים, אלת היופי והפיריון

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Astarte in English
Astarte (Greek) Greek form of the Syro-Phoenician goddess Ashtoreth, female counterpart of Baal. The goddess of love and fruitfulness, she was essentially a lunar goddess of productiveness or fertility. The Assyrian and Babylonian form was Ishtar, in Syria Atargates, in Phrygia Cybele, in the Bible Ashtoreth, and in North Africa Tanith or Dido. She was intimately connected in the Chaldean form of her worship with the planet Venus. She corresponds to the Egyptian Isis or Hathor, Greek Aphrodite, and Norse Freya. The Virgin Mary represented on the crescent moon weeping, is taken from similar images of Astarte (BCW 11:96-7). See also ASTORETH .


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astarte
\as*tar"te\ (&?;), n. [gr. &?; a phœnician goddess.] (zo?l.) a genus of bivalve mollusks, common on the coasts of america and europe.


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Astarte (, "Astártē") is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian (i.e. Assyrian, Akkadian, Babylonian) Semitic goddess Ishtar known throughout the Near East and Eastern Mediterranean from the early Bronze Age to Classical times. It is one of a number of names associated with the chief goddess or female divinity of those peoples. She is found as Ugaritic 𐎓𐎘𐎚𐎗𐎚 (ʻṯtrt, "ʻAṯtart" or "ʻAthtart"); in Phoenician as 𐤕𐤓𐤕𐤔𐤀 (ʻštrt, "Ashtart"); in Hebrew עשתרת (Ashtoret, singular, or Ashtarot, plural); and appears originally in Akkadian as D, the grammatically masculine name of the goddess Ishtar; the form Astartu is used to describe her age. The name appears also in Etruscan as 𐌖𐌍𐌉 𐌀𐌔𐌕𐌛𐌄 Uni-Astre (Pyrgi Tablets), Ishtar or Ashtart.

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Noun
1. a fertility goddess; counterpart of Ashtoreth and Ishtar
(hypernym) Semitic deity
(classification) Phoenicia, Phenicia


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(n.)
A genus of bivalve mollusks, common on the coasts of America and Europe.
  

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Astarte in Russian
(n) Астарта

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Astarte in Portuguese
[magia] astarte

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Astarte in Hebrew
(ש"פ) אסתרת, עשתרת. האלה האם הפניקית ואלת הפריון, המיניות, האמהות, הירח, הים והמים. פטרונית העיר אילת.

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