Artemis

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See also: Artémis, Ártemis, and Àrtemis

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Artemis

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Ἄρτεμις (Ártemis).

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Artemis

  1. (Greek mythology) The Greek goddess of the hunt, wild animals, and wilderness; the daughter of Leto and Zeus; the sister of Apollo. (Compare Diana.)
  2. (rare) A female given name from Ancient Greek. The usual male variation is Artemios.
  3. (very rare) A male given name from Ancient Greek.
    • 1934, United States Senate Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry, Munitions Industry: Hearings Before the Special Committee Investigating the Munitions Industry, United States Senate, Seventy-third[-Seventy-fourth] Congress, Pursuant to S. Res. 206, a Resolution to Make Certain Investigations Concerning the Manufacture and Sale of Arms and Other War Munitions, page 735:
      Mr. HISS. And is Mr. Artemis Denaxas an official of that company?
      Mr. ALLARD. I believe he is.
      Mr. HISS. I offer as "Exhibit No. 307" a letter of August 22, 1933, by Mr. Artemis Denaxas to Mr. Goulding, []
    • 2012, Kristy Dykes, The Tender Heart (Barbour Publishing, →ISBN):
      She must give her full attention to the man at her side, Mr. Artemis Boutwell, as she had promised her mother. The young Mr. Artemis Boutwell, as everyone referred to him, was tall like Griffin—no, Mr. Parks. She must remember to refer to him ...
    • 2009, Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl and the Time Paradox (Penguin UK, →ISBN):
      Artemis's father rested one hand on the rolling ladder, lifting his weight from the artificial limb. His expression was strange, and one that Artemis could not recall ever seeing. He realized his father was more than anxious. Artemis Fowl Senior was afraid. [] Now Artemis himself grew worried.
  4. (astronomy) The main-belt asteroid 105 Artemis, discovered in 1868.

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  • Arthur Cotterell, Oxford Dictionary of World Mythology (Oxford University Press, 1986)

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Proper noun[edit]

Artemis

  1. Artemis

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Artemis (Kotus type 41/vieras, no gradation)
nominative Artemis
genitive Artemiin
partitive Artemista
illative Artemiiseen
singular plural
nominative Artemis
accusative nom. Artemis
gen. Artemiin
genitive Artemiin
partitive Artemista
inessive Artemiissa
elative Artemiista
illative Artemiiseen
adessive Artemiilla
ablative Artemiilta
allative Artemiille
essive Artemiina
translative Artemiiksi
instructive
abessive Artemiitta
comitative
Possessive forms of Artemis (type vieras)
possessor singular plural
1st person Artemiini Artemiimme
2nd person Artemiisi Artemiinne
3rd person Artemiinsa
Inflection of Artemis (Kotus type 39/vastaus, no gradation)
nominative Artemis
genitive Artemiksen
partitive Artemista
illative Artemikseen
singular plural
nominative Artemis
accusative nom. Artemis
gen. Artemiksen
genitive Artemiksen
partitive Artemista
inessive Artemiksessa
elative Artemiksesta
illative Artemikseen
adessive Artemiksella
ablative Artemikselta
allative Artemikselle
essive Artemiksena
translative Artemikseksi
instructive
abessive Artemiksetta
comitative
Possessive forms of Artemis (type vastaus)
possessor singular plural
1st person Artemikseni Artemiksemme
2nd person Artemiksesi Artemiksenne
3rd person Artemiksensa

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