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Definition of Arete

Arete
Arete A`r[^e]te", n. [F., lit., a sharp fish bone, ridge, sharp edge, fr. L. arista beard of grain.] (Geog.) An acute and rugged crest of a mountain range or a subsidiary ridge between two mountain gorges.

Meaning of Arete from wikipedia

- Arete (Gr****: ἀρετή), in its basic sense, means "excellence" of any kind. The term may also mean "moral virtue". In its earliest appearance in Gr****,...
- An arête is a narrow ridge of rock which separates two valleys. It is typically formed when two glaciers erode parallel U-shaped valleys. Arêtes can also...
- Princess Arete (アリーテ姫, Arīte Hime) (also Princess Arite) is a 2001 animated film released by ****anese animation studio Studio 4°C based on Diana Coles's...
- Queen Arete (/əˈriːtiː/; Ancient Gr****: Ἀρήτη, "she who is pra**** for") of Scheria was the wife of Alcinous and mother of Nausicaa and Laodamas. Arete was...
- Arete (Gr****: Ἀρετή) is a term meaning "virtue" or "excellence". Arete, Arête, or Areté may also refer to: Arete of Cyrene, a 4th-century BC Gr**** philosopher...
- Arete of Cyrene (/əˈriːtiː/; Gr****: Ἀρήτη; fl. 5th–4th century BC) was a Cyrenaic philosopher who lived in Cyrene, Libya. She was the daughter of Aristippus...
- Aristotelian ethics and subsequent ****enistic philosophy, along with the terms aretē (most often translated as 'virtue' or 'excellence') and phronesis" ('practical...
- Areti Kosmidou (known as Arethaa) is a Gr**** singer, performer and songwriter. She parti****ted in the television show "The Voice of Greece" in 2014, finishing...
- Areté is an arts magazine, published three times a year, edited and founded in 1999 by the poet Craig Raine. The magazine aims to give detailed coverage...
- as philosophy, rhetoric, music, athletics, and mathematics. They taught arete –"virtue" or "excellence"– predominantly to young statesmen and nobility...
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