(redirected from Anadyomene)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Aphrodite

goddess of love and beauty and daughter of Zeus in ancient mythology


References in periodicals archive ?
The genus Anadyomene is found in tropical and temperate regions of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans as well as in the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas (Littler and Littler, 1991; Alves et al., 2011).
Species Non-native Tanks Chlorophyta Anadyomene stellata (Wulfen) SP N C.
5.4 2.1 Stypopodium 1.3 1.0 Sargassum 0.9 0.3 Amphiroa 0.7 0.5 Anadyomene 0.3 0.2 Reef crest (n = 6) Halimeda 5.2 2.4 Amphiroa 3.3 1.7 Laurencia 0.4 0.3 Dictyota 0.3 0.2 Galaxaura 0.3 0.2 April 2005 Habitat (number of sites) % cover SE Reef slope (n = 18) Dictyota 29.9 7.5 Lobophora 17.0 5.8 Halimeda 5.9 3.0 Sargassum 3.9 1.8 Jania 1.5 1.6 Amphiroa 1.3 1.5 Anadyomene 1.2 1.0 Stypopodium 0.8 0.9 Reef crest (n=10) Halimeda 4.8 2.4 Amphiroa 0.9 0.5 Laurencia 0.6 0.3 Dictyota 0.5 0.2 Galaxaura 0.3 0.2 SE = Standard error.
Las especies que aparecieron en mas del 50% de las estaciones localizadas en los arrecifes coralinos fueron: Cladophora catenata, Anadyomene stellata, Microdictyon marinum, Ventricaria ventricosa, Valonia macrophysa, Dictyosphaeria cavernosa, Halimeda tuna, Halimeda lacrimosa, Rhipocephalus phoenix, Sargassum hystrix var.
Suddenly, a piercing scream, as if I'd stepped on the foot of Venus Anadyomene. It was the lady of the house, rescuing her beloved hassock from my beastly feet.
Pour Apelle ou pour Cleomene, Elle semblait, marbre de chair, En Venus Anadyomene Poser nue au bord de la mer.
These include a Hellenistic Statuette of Aphrodite on loan from the British Museum; Rene Magritte's La Representation; Edgar Degas' The Tub and Pablo Picasso's Bather Wringing her Hair, alongside Titian's Venus Anadyomene (Venus Rising from the Sea), one of the most celebrated images of the female body in Western art.
Titian's Venus Anadyomene, which depicts the classical goddess of love as she emerges from the sea, wringing water from her hair, was the centrepiece of a new exhibition opening at The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle.
The Birth of Venus (Figure 3) is in many ways an archeological attempt at recapturing the lost Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles.
Titian's auburn Venus Anadyomene, her ample Italian frame the colour of scorched ivory, has left her scallop-shell boat in the whirl of the troubled sea she has risen from.