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How to Pronounce demeter?

Correct pronunciation for the word "demeter" is [dˈɛmiːtə], [dˈɛmiːtə], [d_ˈɛ_m_iː_t_ə].

"Demeter" in context

Demeter, in Greek mythology, is the goddess of the harvest and agriculture. She is one of the 12 Olympians and the sister of Zeus. Demeter is often depicted with a sheaf of wheat or corn in her hands, symbolizing the fruits of the earth. She is also associated with other plants and animals, such as poppies, cows, and snakes.

Demeter was worshipped by the ancient Greeks, who brought offerings of grain, wine, and flowers to her temples. She was believed to have the power to bring fertility to the land and to ensure a good harvest.

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