Definition of Vestal. Meaning of Vestal. Synonyms of Vestal

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Definition of Vestal

Vestal
Vestal Ves"tal, a. [L. Vestalis belonging to Vesta, vestal. See Vesta.] Of or pertaining to Vesta, the virgin goddess of the hearth; hence, pure; chaste.

Meaning of Vestal from wikipedia

- Vestal can refer to: Pertaining to Vesta (mythology), a Roman goddess, the Sacred fire of Vesta, or the Temple of Vesta Vestal Virgin Vestal, New York...
- In ancient Rome, the Vestals or Vestal Virgins (Latin: Vestālēs, singular Vestālis [wɛsˈtaːlɪs]) were priestesses of Vesta, goddess of the hearth. The...
- behind-the-scenes glimpse into the ministry of Howard and Vestal Goodman. "AP News", Gospel music pioneer Vestal Goodman dead at 74, December 28, 2003 Harrison,...
- the po****tion was 28,043. Vestal is on the southern border of the county and is west and southwest of Binghamton. Vestal is home to Binghamton University...
- The history of USS Vestal (AR-4) began when Erie (Fleet Collier No. 1) was authorized on 17 April 1904; but the ship was renamed Vestal in October 1905,...
- Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Vestal, a term pertaining to the goddess Vesta in Roman mythology: HMS Vestal (1757) was a 32-gun fifth rate launched...
- law, vesting is the point in time when the rights and interests arising from legal ownership of a property is acquired by some person. Vesting creates...
- A bulletproof vest, also known as a ballistic vest or a bullet-resistant vest, is an item of body armor that helps absorb the impact and reduce or stop...
- La Vestale (en. The Vestal) is a grand ballet in three acts and four scenes with c****ography by Marius Petipa and music by Mikhail Ivanov. The ballet...
- The Veiled Vestal is an 1847 sculpture by Rafaelle Monti. The work was commissioned by William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire during an 1846 trip to...