Lena: Smart, pretty and successful. These were all the Titans. Harmony: Has a singing voice as beautiful as her face. She always had a substantial following among mortals since she had the power to bless them with better harvest and agriculture. That deep red color is all about passion. Though some of the goddesses' names are harder to pull off than others Aphrodite, anyone? It means light, torch, or bright. The Greek language is an old and beautiful language rich with history and full of symbolism, both modern and ancient.
Juno, Uni Goddess of goddesses, women, and marriage and wife of Zeus. Zaya: Fun loving but can be irresponsible. In mythology, Chloe was the summer epithet of the goddess Demeter and recalls her gift for making flowers bloom. Having two such powerful gods are her children, Leto had her lost honor avenged in due time, and both Artemis and Apollo glorified their status in the Greek mythology. Kora: Wealthy, but generous to others. Zoe: Stylish and loves dressing up.
The Greek language is an old and beautiful language rich with history and full of symbolism, both modern and ancient. In Greece there are male names from the antiquity — some of the ancient Greek male names are truly amazing and interesting — from the Christian tradition, or local Greek customs. Measured the thread of life with her rod. But it is said she eventually fell for her hunting companion Orion who sadly was accidentally killed untimely by Artemis herself or Gaea. Talk about strong female figures! Clarise: Knows what she wants and just how to get it. Prue: Likes to roleplay in the boudoir.
Emmaline: Strong and stands up for what she thinks is right. Kara: Always trying to fit in. Mackenzie: Not the sharpest tool in the box. Angel: Looks angelic, but is devilish on the inside. Jason- Overused perhaps, but a good solid name.
Where Apollo much preferred playing with the strings of lyre, she far more enjoyed plucking the strings of her bow and established herself as a gifted archer and skilled huntress. Puts it about… a lot! Erin: Sweet and pretty, but a bit simple. Always looking for the next party or fun thing to do. In Greek mythology a goddess was just as important as a god - sometimes more so. There are little to no stories about her and that is because she minds her own business…and is not petty, jealous and vindictive like her compatriots. Most of us are well aware of those astounding heroics of.
She was the only Gorgon who was mortal. It's funny that the name of a poet who wrote about hell is on this list. Juno: Strong and beautiful, but also really mean. Greek a familiar form of , Adrienne. Nicolette: Nicole is sexy on its own, but add that French -ette and it's out of control.
So much so that she would not even spare their children. With his mother, he made 12 children. She further strengthened the given title when she gathered much needed courage to trick her own husband Kronos in order to save her children. Kind and loves all living things. A mystery to men and women alike.
Uma: Loved by many for her good looks and great personality. Meaning of the name is unknown. Daisy: Incredibly innocent and incredibly beautiful. Nora: An ugly duckling who turned into a swan and now has killer looks and an awesome personality. He and his sister, Nyx, courted to give birth to 14 children in all, among the most well known are Hypnos, god of sleep, and Eris, the goddess of discord. Aphaia A Greek goddess who was worshipped exclusively at a single sanctuary on the island of Aegina in the Saronic Gulf.