Definition of Venus de Milo in English:

Venus de Milo

Syllabification: Ve·nus de Mi·lo
Pronunciation: /də ˈmēlō, ˈmī-
 
/
A classical sculpture of Aphrodite dated to circa 100 bc. It was discovered on the Greek island of Melos in 1820 and is now in the Louvre in Paris.

Origin

French, 'Venus of Melos'.

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