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[yoo-fros-uh-nee] /yuˈfrɒs əˌni/
noun, Classical Mythology
one of the Graces.
Origin of Euphrosyne
< Greek, personification of euphrosýnē mirth, merriment Unabridged
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British Dictionary definitions for Euphrosyne


(Greek myth) one of the three Graces
Word Origin
from Greek: mirth, merriment
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Word Origin and History for Euphrosyne

name of one of the three Graces in Greek mythology, from Latin, from Greek Euphrosyne, literally "mirth, merriment," from euphron "cheerful, merry, of a good mind," from eu "well" (see eu-) + phren (genitive phrenos) "mind," of unknown origin.

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