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Eurydice (Greek mythological character)


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    • Ευρυδτ̔̈«”αε·κη (Greek mythological character)
    • Eurydikē (Greek mythological character)
    • Эўрыдыка (Greek mythological character)
    • Ėŭrydyka (Greek mythological character)
    • Евридика (Greek mythological character)
    • Evridika (Greek mythological character)
    • Eurídice (Greek mythological character)
    • Eurydika (Greek mythological character)
    • Euridika (Greek mythological character)
    • Eŭridiko (Greek mythological character)
    • Euridize (Greek mythological character)
    • 에우리디케 (Greek mythological character)
    • Euridik'e (Greek mythological character)
    • Eurüdiké (Greek mythological character)
    • Эвридика (Greek mythological character)
    • Еуридика (Greek mythological character)
    • Evridiki (Greek mythological character)
    • Еврідіка (Greek mythological character)
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        Greek mythological character
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    • found: Renaissance concerto [SR] p1989(Euridice)
    • found: Ox. classic. dict.(Eurydice)
    • found: Orpheus in the underworld, 2015
    • found: Britannica online, July 22, 2014(Eurydice, in ancient Greek legend, the wife of Orpheus)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 23, 2014(In Greek mythology, Eurydice (Greek: Ευρυδτ̔̈«”αε·κη = Eurydikē) was an oak nymph or one of the daughters of Apollo (the god of light). She was the wife of Orpheus, who tried to bring her back from the dead with his enchanting music) Belarusian page (Эўрыдыка = ЇEІurydyka) Bulgarian page (Евридика = Evridika) Catalan page (EurЃidice) Czech page (Eurydika, or Euridika) Danish page (Eurydike) German page (Eurydike) Greek page (Ευρυδτ̔̈«”αε·κη = EurydikЅe) Spanish page (EurЃidice) Esperanto page (EІuridiko) Basque page (Euridize) French page (Eurydice) Korean page (에우리디케 = Euridik'e) Croatian page (Euridika) Indonesian page (Euridike) Italian page (Euridice) Lithuanian page (EuridikЇe) Hungarian page (EurЈudikЃe) Norwegian page (Eurydike) Polish page (Eurydyka) Portuguese page (EurЃidice) Romanian page (Euridice) Russian page (Эвридика = ЇEvridika) Slovak page (EurydikЃe) Serbian page (Еуридика = Euridika) Turkish page (Evridiki) Ukrainian page (Еврідіка = Evridika)
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    • 2014-07-22: new
    • 2018-05-30: revised
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