American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology Variant of Chimera.
- From Ancient Greek χίμαιρα (khimaira), from χίμαρος (khimaros, "male goat"). The fabulous monster in Lycea (with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail). Meaning "wild fantasy" first recorded 1587. (Wiktionary)
“The Chimaera was a fearful monster, breathing fire.”
“After a pleasant evening including some tasty chow we hiked up to see the Chimaera fire, where mythical flames have been spurting out of the rock ever since some greek dude buried a fire breathing Eagle / Lion / Goat monster (called Chimaera) under the rocks near Olympus 2 thousand years ago.”
“The Chimaera is a different concept from Shit Creek Review”
“This time, he interviews Yvette Tan, 2nd place winner at the 2nd Philippine Graphic/Fiction Awards, author of "Chimaera" from PGS4, and guest-editor for the coming PGS Special Halloween Issue.”
“Yvette Tan, author of "Chimaera" from PGS4, and guest-editor for the Special PGS Halloween Issue, has a story out in Rogue Magazine's July Anniversary issue: "Seek Ye Whore".”
“The speaker will be Yvette Tan, the PGS Special Halloween issue guest editor and author of "Chimaera" from PGS4.”
“Yvette is also the guest editor for the coming Special PGS Halloween Issue, and has a story, "Chimaera", in PGS4.”
“Yvette Tan, author of "Chimaera" from PGS4 and guest-editor for the PGS Special Horror issue, writes about her editing experience for the coming issue.”
“Another of Yvette's stories, "Chimaera", will be published in a future issue of PGS.”
“Lucy Sussex, ‘Something Better than Death’, Aurealis #42, Chimaera Publications best horror novel”
‘Chimaera’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Chimaera.