Horae

plural noun
Ho·rae | \ˈhȯr-ˌē, -ˌī\

Definition of Horae 

: the Greek goddesses of the seasons

First Known Use of Horae

1724, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Horae

Latin, from Greek Hōrai

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