Overjoyed by his ready consent, Thetis bade him farewell, and returned to her ocean home.
In a second they were in the air, heading for Thetis and the nearest bar at top speed.
Then Achilles went to his tent and took a great cup from the chest, which Thetis his mother had given him.
While he was thus at work silver-footed Thetis came to the house.
Perhaps is it that all of us, as well as the son of Thetis, had a dip therein.
Venus is child to Jove, while Thetis is but daughter to the old man of the sea.
But Thetis, the silver-footed goddess, again departed to Olympus, that she might bear the illustrious armour to her beloved son.
Never was such a wedding-feast known as that of Peleus and Thetis.
It is asserted by the ancients to have been presented to Achilles by his mother Thetis.
A king of Thessaly, who married Thetis, one of the Nereides.
name of a sea nymph or Nereid, mother of Achiles. Sometimes in poetry, "the sea personified."