Dec 22, 2008

notes for quotable dresses

The Great Comet of 1577. comet 2807 bc....The Third Millennium BC (3100-2100 BC)----the great flood and the great comet----the great flood and the great comet----Did a Comet Cause the Great Flood? -----Did a Comet Cause the Great Flood? ----


tamata..... tinos----








kharis.....
charis- + (Greek: grace, beauty, kindness; to rejoice at; extended to attractiveness, personal charm)........The word charisma (origin from the Greek word χάρισμα (kharisma), "gift" or " divine favor," from kharizesthai, "to favor," from kharis, "favor")----

bittersweet in greek ....bittersweet ουσ. στρύχνος
επίθ. γλυκόπικρος bittersweet
(Lex**) γλυκόπικρος

aneisa

fluffer ....Una fluffer è un componente del cast di un film pornografico il cui ruolo è "scaldare" dietro le quinte gli attori del film prima delle riprese di scene che richiedano un'erezione.

helen's flower ...Helenium - Sneezeweed, Helen's Flower----

helen and the egg ......In this scene from a comedy play, Helene is depicted hatching from an egg. The proxy parents, Leda and Tyndareus, stand nearby (not shown), represented by a pair of actors wearing comedy masks.----Zeus also transformed himself into a goose and mated with Nemesis, who produced an egg from which Helen -----Leda, mother of Helen

ennoia ....œnnoia (ennoia) 1) atto di pensare, considerazione, meditazione2) pensiero, idea, concezione3) mente, comprensione, maniera di sentimento e pensiero-----ennoia , A kind of purposeful holding back of information that nevertheless hints at what is meant. A kind of circuitous speaking. ---- Ennoia, A Gnostic Tale-----

purdah clothing ......Purdah or Pardaa (Persian: پرده, Urdu: پردہ, Hindi: पर्दा, literally meaning "curtain") is the practice of preventing women from being seen by men. This takes two forms: physical segregation of the sexes, and the requirement for women to cover their bodies and conceal their form. Purdah exists in various forms in the Islamic world and among Hindu women in parts of India.----Purdah, In the lands of India the actual translation of the word purdah is screen or veil. Purdah is the practice that includes the seclusion of women from public observation by wearing concealing clothing from head to toe and by the use of high walls, curtains, and screens erected within the home. Purdah is practiced by Muslims and by various Hindus, especially in India. The limits imposed by this practice vary according to different countries and class levels. Generally, those women in the upper and middle class are more likely to practice all aspects of purdah because they can afford to not work outside the home----Purdah, system of seclusion of women practiced by some Muslim and Hindu peoples. The word purdah also refers to a curtain or screen used to keep women separate from men and strangers, used primarily in India. The practice of secluding women from men began to disappear with the adoption of Western culture, but the Muslim fundamentalism of the 1980s revived it. -----

himeros ....Himerus , In Greek mythology, Himerus was the personification of lust and sexual desire, son of Aphrodite and Ares. He was the brother of Eros, the patron of male love, and of Anteros, the embodiment of requited (returned) love. He has, like his two brothers (Eros and Anteros), a bow and arrows, to create desire and lust in people----HIMEROS (or Himerus) was the god of sexual desire, one of the young Erotes (winged Love-Gods). When the goddess Aphrodite first emerged new-born from the sea-foam's she was greeted by the twin loves Eros and Himeros. Some say Aphrodite was born pregnant with the twins, and birthed them with her birth. The pair were her constant companions, agents of her divine power.----

frisson fris·son
n. pl. fris·sons (-sz, -s)
A moment of intense excitement; a shudder: The story's ending arouses a frisson of terror.

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