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Hebe 1

Syllabification: He·be
Pronunciation: /ˈhēbē/
Greek Mythology
The daughter of Hera and Zeus, and cupbearer of the gods.

Origin

From Greek hēbē 'youthful beauty'.

Words that rhyme with Hebe

freebie, phoebe

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Hebe 2 Syllabification: Hebe

noun

US informal , offensive
A Jewish person.

Origin

Early 20th century: abbreviation of Hebrew.

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hebe 3 Line breaks: hebe
Pronunciation: /ˈhiːbi/

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noun

An evergreen flowering shrub with spikes of mauve, pink, or white flowers, native to New Zealand and widely grown as an ornamental.
  • Genus Hebe (formerly Veronica), family Scrophulariaceae

Origin

Modern Latin, named after the goddess Hebe (see Hebe1).

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