American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology The goddess of love and beauty. Also called Cytherea.
- From Ancient Greek Ἀφροδίτη, usually connected with ἀφρός (aphrós, "sea foam, froth"), but possibly of Semitic origin. (Wiktionary)
- Greek Aphrodītē, of Phoenician origin; see ʿṯtr in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“They later realized that the morning and evening stars were the same celestial body, which they called Aphrodite, the goddess of love, thus perpetuating the cult of Babylonian Ishtar.”
“The android assassin Aphrodite IV is back in town, and Saraâ€ ™ s confrontation with the cold-blooded killer will force her to face her own actions during â€œWar of the Witchblades. â€”
“I think Pumpkin Aphrodite should have to lift her skirt to prove that she is not hiding disgusting WMDs under there every day of her pitiful frightened existance.”
“Perhaps Mighty Aphrodite is right and we need to find a new Vice President.”
“Mighty Aphrodite is a psychotic Bush apologist who comes here to assuage his own personal pain at being not just unloved, but unliked by most people.”
“Mighty Aphrodite is simply too uneducated, too poorly informed, and has too little relevant life experience to be able to post on this forum with any sense of authority.”
“Mighty Aphrodite is even a name a queen might use for their stage act MA gave himself away a few weeks ago when he mentioned hanging out with Gay hair stylists and getting info from them!”
“Just a word of advice: Mighty Aphrodite is now defending you on here, and its a paid Karl Rove troll, so if you are not the same, then best to end that association on here!”
“Ahh, the Mighty Aphrodite is here to share some knowledge with us.”
“I have it on good authority that Mighty Aphrodite is involved with both Shrek and Donkey”
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