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What does Eloise mean?

The name Eloise is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning “healthy; wide”. Denise Richards named one of her daughters Eloise.

What is the meaning of Helios?

Helios, also Helius (/ˈhiːlioʊs/; Ancient Greek: Ἥλιος Hēlios; Latinized as Helius; Ἠέλιος in Homeric Greek), in ancient Greek religion and myth, is the god and personification of the Sun, often depicted in art with a radiant crown and driving a horse-drawn chariot through the sky.

What does geo mean in English?

Geo- is a prefix derived from the Greek word γη or γαια, meaning “earth”, usually in the sense of “ground or land”.

What does Helios mean in Latin?

Latin Sol

Who is the son of Helios?

Phaethon

What was Phaethon’s one wish?

Phaeton (or Phaethon, the ‘shining one’) was the son of a water nymph, Clymene, and, allegedly, the sun god Helios. In order to confirm that he really was his father, Helios promised by the river Styx to grant Phaeton any wish. Phaeton asked to drive the sun god’s chariot.

Is Phaethon the son of Apollo?

Phaethon was a name given to different figures in Greek mythology, but the best known was the son of the Oceanid nymph Clymene and either the god Apollo or Helios.

Who killed Phaethon?

In some versions, the Earth first froze when the horses climbed too high, but when the chariot then scorched the Earth by swinging too near, Zeus decided to prevent disaster by striking it down with a thunderbolt. Phaethon fell to earth and was killed in the process.

Why did Apollo turn Phaethon’s sisters into poplar trees?

And Phaethon fell to the earth at the mouths of the river which is now known as the Pados (the river Po), but in ancient times was called the Eridanos (Eridanus), and his sisters [i.e. the Heliades] vied with each other in bewailing his death and by reason of their exceeding grief underwent a metamorphosis of their …

What does Phaeton mean in English?

1 : any of various light four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicles. 2 : touring car.

What does dual cowl mean?

Specific use of the term “phaeton” is with the dual cowl phaeton, a body style in which the rear passengers were separated from the driver and the front passengers by a cowl or bulkhead, often with its own folding windshield.