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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Cornucopia"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Cornucopia is a Latin term derived from two words, cornu meaning horn and copia meaning plenty.
  2. The cornucopia was also a symbol for a woman's fertility.
  3. Today the cornucopia is a sign of nature's abundance, and the word comes to mean a plenteous bounty. (Web site)

Maple Walnut Topping

  1. Then comes the cornucopia of other maple goodies, from maple-coated kettle corn to maple barbecue sauce, from maple walnut topping to maple dipping mustard. (Web site)

Funny

  1. Charming, funny, romantic, elegant, Royal Wedding is a cornucopia of sumptuous delight. (Web site)
  2. A veritable cornucopia of seasonal delights, this handy (and very funny) lifestyle guide walks us through Chrismukkah events, history, and lore.

Information

  1. A cornucopia of information about the course offerings, degree offerings, special events, and faculty of the Cornell University Linguistics Department.

Facilities

  1. Long-term care facilities: a cornucopia of viral pathogens. (Web site)

Symbols

  1. Natural twigs are twisted into a wreath with a "Give Thanks" sign, and garnished with leaves, a cornucopia, and other symbols of the fall harvest.

Homer

  1. Homer, Odyssey 11.488-491 Hades, labelled as "Plouton", "The Rich One", bears a cornucopia on an Attic red-figure amphora, ca 470 BC.

Abundance

  1. Stock Photo of The cornucopia is a symbol of food and abundance.
  2. Rosmerta - In Gallo-Roman religion, Rosmerta was a goddess of fertility and abundance, her attributes being those of plenty such as the cornucopia. (Web site)

Favorite Songs

  1. Show Boat is a cornucopia of famous, favorite songs -- songs that many people today do not realize first appeared in this musical.

Various Kinds

  1. In modern depiction, the cornucopia is a hollow, horn-shaped wicker basket typically filled with various kinds of festive fruit and vegetables. (Web site)

Horns

  1. In Greek mythology, the cornucopia was one of the horns of the goat Amaltheia, which was caused by Zeus to refill itself indefinitely with food and drink. (Web site)

Horn

  1. Sometimes represented as a goat, one of whose horns was broken off and transformed by Zeus into the cornucopia, or horn of plenty. (Web site)
  2. The cornucopia (Latin Cornu Copiae), also known as the Horn of Plenty or Harvest Cone, is a symbol of food and plenty dating back to the 5th century BC. (Web site)
  3. The cornucopia, or horn of plenty, was double sexed in symbolism. (Web site)

Thanksgiving

  1. In North America, the cornucopia has come to be associated with Thanksgiving and the harvest.
  2. The cornucopia has come to be associated with Thanksgiving. (Web site)
  3. One of the most recognizable symbols of Thanksgiving is the cornucopia, also called horn of plenty.

Tyche

  1. She was later identified with Tyche, the Greek goddess of chance, and like her was represented with a ship's rudder and a cornucopia. (Web site)

Rudder

  1. Tyche was portrayed with a cornucopia, a rudder of destiny, and a wheel of fortune.

Cornucopia

  1. A favorite subject in art, Fortuna is usually depicted holding a rudder in one hand and a cornucopia, or horn of plenty, in the other.
  2. Heracles broke off one of his horns and nymphs fashioned it into the Cornucopia ("horn of plenty"). (Web site)
  3. Rev: FORTVNAE R [EDVCI] - Fortuna seated left holding a rudder on a globe and a cornucopia, with a wheel beneath the throne. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Rudder
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > Luck > Fortuna
  3. November > Thanksgiving
  4. Horn
  5. Literature > Mythology > Goddesses > Nymphs
  6. Books about "Cornucopia" in Amazon.com

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