American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology The sun god, son of Hyperion, depicted as driving his chariot across the sky from east to west daily.
- n. Greek mythology The god of the Sun; son of Hyperion and Theia, brother of Selene and Eos, father of Phaeton amongst others. His Roman counterpart is Sol.
- n. (Greek mythology) ancient god of the sun; drove his chariot across the sky each day; identified with Roman Sol
- From Ancient Greek Ἥλιος (Hēlios), from ἥλιος (hēlios, "sun"). (Wiktionary)
“COURTESY PHOTO / HELIOS PARTNERS -- The type of solar panels envisioned for use by Helios.”
“Just wait until she discovers who the serial killers are, and New Orleans magnate Victor Helios is involved.”
“The name Helena is derived from the Greek word Helios meaning sun or light.”
“Helios is the sun god while Apollo is the lord of the sun.”
“The myth goes like this: Helios is the sun god and his son, Phaethon, burns the sky and the Earth by riding daddy's chariot too high and too low.”
“After working for a time as a bookseller, Muybridge began his career as a photographer, calling himself 'Helios' - the name of the ancient sun-god (...)”
“Winston rods are made by hand in Twin Bridges, MT, unlike Orvis and their $775 Helios, which is made in China, and they have the same "lifetime" warranty as Orvis, or any other rod that inevitably falls short of a true work of art from R.L. WINSTON ROD CO.”
“His name is Ken Starks aka Helios and you can see his full comment at the bottom of my last post about the Tux500 fundraising efforts here.”
“They confirmed that there have been forty-two attacks in the past five years that can be attributed to an otherwise unknown ship known as Helios.”
“First they rounded Malea, and passed the Laconian land and came to Helos, a citadel by the sea, and Taenarus, the land of Helios, that is the joy of mortals, where ever feed the deep - fleeced flocks of Prince Helios, and there hath he his glad demesne.”
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Key words of the Odyssey by Homer in English including all those famous repeating epitethons like
selected vessel names from my fleet of dirigible men-of-war—each abrim with mitrailleuse, canon abusier and divers opticks
(see steampunk to understand how weird I am getting)
sun; bright; radiant
Looking for tweets for Helios.