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Definition of Hygeia

Hygeia
Hygeia Hy*ge"ia, n. [L. Hygea, Hygia, fr. Gr. ?, ?, health, ?, Hygeia, fr. ? sound, healthy.] (Classic Myth.) The goddess of health, daughter of Esculapius.

Meaning of Hygeia from wikipedia

- Hygieia is a goddess from Gr**** mythology (also referred to as: Hygiea or Hygeia; /haɪˈdʒiːə/; Ancient Gr****: Ὑγιεία or Ὑγεία, Latin: Hygēa or Hygīa). Hygieia...
- also rendered Hygiea and Hygeia, may refer to: Hygieia, a Gr**** goddess of health 10 Hygiea, the fourth-largest asteroid Hygeia (city), a planned utopian...
- Hygeia House can refer to: Hygeia House (Cheltenham), 1801, one of the first important houses to be built in the Georgian and Regency expansion of Cheltenham...
- "History of the Bowl of Hygeia award | Drug Topics". Drugtopics.modernmedicine.com. 2002-10-07. Retrieved 2013-04-26. "Bowl of Hygeia Wyeth.com". 2009-04-16...
- dropped." The English form is an irregular spelling of Gr**** Hygieia or Hygeia (Latin Hygea or Hygia). The intended astronomical symbol for Hygiea was...
- Hygeia was a proposed utopian community on the bank of the Ohio River on the site of present-day Ludlow, Kentucky. The land was granted to Gen. Thomas...
- Mt. Hygeia (also known as the "Solomon Drown House") is an historic farm property at 83 Mt. Hygeia Road in Foster, Rhode Island, United States. Dr. Solomon...
- Corana and Hygeia are a heritage-listed pair of semi-detached residences at 211-215 Avoca Street in the Sydney suburb of Randwick in the City of Randwick...
- companions, his wife and daughters. There were Epione (the gentle one), Hygeia, Panacea, Iaso, and others, each of whom was at times wife and at other...
- The New York Hydropathic and Physiological School founded by Russell Thacher Trall on October 1, 1853, at 15 Laight Street, in New York City was a hydropathic...