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(cheerful, joyous)One of the three Graces. See also Aglaia and Thalia.
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- Euphrosyne (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Greek mythology, Euphrosyne (Εὐφροσύνη; (English pronunciation: / juːˈfrɒzɨniː/) was one of the Charites, known in English also as the "Three Graces".
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- According to the Vitae Patrum, passed as a man and lived in a men's monastery for 38 years. She died in about 470.
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- Eu·phros·y·ne (y -fr s -n ). n. Greek Mythology.
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