Ashtoreth


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Ashtoreth: Chemosh
  • noun

Synonyms for Ashtoreth

an ancient Phoenician goddess of love and fertility

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Karen Perkins (BA) and Gurcharan Mall, traditional drummer' Sharon Liburd from BA is pictured with Hawlesley Community Centre After School Club Band' Children from the Liquid Dance School, Kings Heath, performing their South America dance routine' Sandra Wood, Birmingham Airport' Roseanne Crossey and Vera Edwards, both BA' Waseley Hills High School pupils and staff: Sian Brown, Becky Spoor, Kerry Thomas, Ashtoreth Gowar
Graham Lee, who rode Ashtoreth, was given a five-day ban for irresponsible riding.
Egan sent the 25-1 shot on two furlongs from home and only Fiella emerged from the pack to lay down a challenge but she could not quite get on terms with the Nick Littmoden-trained winner who hung on for a half length victory with Ashtoreth back in third.
159) that one of the oft-quoted epithets of the great 'Lady of Heaven' Inanna, (Assyrian Istar, Biblical Ashtoreth, Semitic Astarte) was 'the one who can change man into woman and woman into man'; this, according to Leick, 'should not be taken as a reference to some vague ritual gender swapping .
She was next to Ashtoreth, who reared up in the stalls first time and then tried to get under the gate.