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tauromorphic — |tȯrə|mȯrfik adjective Etymology: taur + morphic : shaped in the form of a bull : resembling a bull the tauromorphic vases of the Minoan culture … Useful english dictionary
Dionysus — Bacchus redirects here. For other uses, see Bacchus (disambiguation). This article is about the Greco Roman deity. For other uses of the names Dionysus and Dionysos , see Dionysos (disambiguation). For other uses of the theophoric name Dionysius … Wikipedia
Bull (mythology) — Appearances of the Bull (also known as Taurus ) in mythology and worship are widespread in the ancient world. It is the subject of various cultural and religious incarnations, as well as modern mentions in new age cultures. Appearances in History … Wikipedia
taur- — combining form or tauri or tauro Etymology: taur , tauri from Latin, from taurus; tauro from Late Latin, from Greek, from tauros more at steer 1. : bull … Useful english dictionary