Definition of Procris. Meaning of Procris. Synonyms of Procris

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Definition of Procris

Procris
Procris Pro"cris, n. [L., the wife of Cephalus, Gr. ?.] (Zo["o]l.) Any species of small moths of the genus Procris. The larv[ae] of some species injure the grapevine by feeding in groups upon the leaves.

Meaning of Procris from wikipedia

- son of Deioneus. Procris' sisters were Protogeneia, Pandora, Creusa, Oreithyia and Chthonia. Sophocles wrote a tragedy called Procris which has been lost...
- Procris (Italian: Morte di Procri) has been used since the 19th century, and is supposed to have been inspired by Ovid's tale of the death of Procris...
- Sun who kills (evaporates) Procris (dew) with his unerring ray or 'javelin'. Sumptuous sacrifices for Cephalus and for Procris are required in the inscribed...
- Two ships of the Royal Navy bore the name Procris: HMS Procris (1806), a Cruizer-cl**** brig-sloop launched in 1806. She served at the second battle of...
- Céphale et Procris is the name of two French operas based on the myth of Cephalus and Procris: Céphale et Procris (1694) by Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre...
- way, Procris and Cherub detained the Danish ship Neptunus on 30 August. Commander James M. Gordon replaced Beauman in October. He then sailed Procris for...
- Céphale et Procris (Cephalus and Procris) is an opera by the French composer Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre. It takes the form of a tragédie en musique...
- was already married to Procris, Eos bore him three sons, including Phaeton and Hesperus, but he then began pining for Procris, causing a disgruntled Eos...
- Moduza procris, the commander, sometimes included in the genus Limenitis, is a medium-sized, strikingly coloured brush-footed butterfly found in South...
- pp.724-6 W.E. Buckley (Ed); Cephalus and Procris; Narcissus; Roxburghe Club; 1882; preface Cephalus and Procris; Narcissus at Internet Archive Parvum theatrum...
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