Perse

See also: perse and per se

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  • Persa
  • Perseis

Etymology 1Edit

From Ancient Greek Περση (Persē, literally Persian woman)

Proper nounEdit

Perse

  1. (Greek mythology) An Oceanid, (one of the three thousand daughters of the Titans' Oceanus and Tethys), and the wife of the sun god, Helios, with who she is the mother of Aeetes, Perses, Pasiphae and Circe. One of her many sisters is Amphitrite, (the wife of Poseidon). Perse is also closely identified with Hecate.
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Etymology 2Edit

A variant of Piers.

Proper nounEdit

Perse

  1. A rare surname​.

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin, itself from Old Persian.

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Proper nounEdit

Perse f

  1. Persia

NounEdit

Perse m, f (plural Perses)

  1. Persian person

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Last modified on 5 April 2014, at 23:09