Translation for 'Dryope' from English to Greek
Dryope {noun}
Δρυόπη {η}
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Translation for 'Dryope' from English to Greek

Dryope {noun}
Δρυόπη {η}μυθολ.
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  • In Ovid's accounts, his mother Dryope picked a lotus for him, which turned out to be a nymph. It caused Dryope to become a lotus tree.
  • Antoninus Liberalis also relates the account that Spercheios and Polydora's son was Dryops, king of Oeta, who fathered Dryope.
  • Dryope, the daughter of Dryops, was impregnated by Apollo in the form of a snake. She gave birth to a son named Amphissus.
  • It is native to Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, Eswatini, Tanzania, and Zambia. The species is eaten by larval "Byblia ilithyia" and "Eurytela dryope".
  • "Eois dryope" is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in Costa Rica.

  • Moreover, as compared to other "Dryomyza" species found in the eastern United States ("Dryope decipita" and "Dryomyza simplex"), "D.
  • This species is one of the larval foodplants of four species of butterfly; "Eurytela hiarbas", "Eurytela dryope", "Byblia ilithyia" and "Byblia anvatara".
  • In Greek mythology, Dryope ([...]; [...] derived from δρῦς "drys", "oak"; "dryope" "woodpecker") is the daughter of Dryops, king of Oeta ("oak-man") or of Eurytus (and hence half-sister to Iole).
  • In Greek mythology, the Oenotropae ([...] , "the women who change (into) wine") or Oenotrophae ([...] , the "Winegrowers") were the three daughters of Anius and Dryope.
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