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Polyhymnia

Syllabification: Pol·y·hym·ni·a
Pronunciation: /ˌpälēˈhimnēə
 
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Greek & Roman Mythology

Definition of Polyhymnia in English:

The Muse of the art of mime.

Origin

via Latin from Greek, literally 'she of the many hymns'.

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