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Aphrodite
used in The Lightning Thief

13 uses
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Definition
Greek mythology:  goddess of love and beauty
  • Did you think I was Aphrodite, perhaps?
    Chapter 5 (76% in)
  • Oh, different names, perhaps-Jupiter for Zeus, Venus for Aphrodite, and so on-but the same forces, the same gods.
    Chapter 5 (88% in)
  • If you're a child of Aphrodite or Demeter, you're probably not a real powerful force.
    Chapter 7 (26% in)
  • Ares had allied themselves with everybody else: Dionysus, Demeter, Aphrodite, and Hephaestus.
    Chapter 8 (55% in)
  • Aphrodite's sons and daughters I wasn't too worried about.
    Chapter 8 (55% in)
  • Aphrodite, Ares, and Apollo are backing Poseidon, more or less.
    Chapter 15 (15% in)
  • "No, Aphrodite," Grover said, a little dreamily.
    Chapter 15 (53% in)
  • "So Ares and Aphrodite," I said, to keep my mind off the growing dark, "they have a thing going?"
    Chapter 15 (58% in)
  • What about Aphrodite's husband?
    Chapter 15 (59% in)
  • Clever with his hands, and all, but Aphrodite isn't into brains and talent, you know?
    Chapter 15 (59% in)
  • I tried to imagine Ares and Aphrodite here, a couple of gods meeting in a junked-out amusement-park ride.
    Chapter 15 (69% in)
  • While Ares and Aphrodite were smooching with each other they could look at their favorite people: themselves.
    Chapter 15 (70% in)
  • Argus was helping some of the Aphrodite kids haul their Gucci suitcases and makeup kits over the hill, where the camp's shuttle bus would be waiting to take them to the airport.
    Chapter 22 (35% in)

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