Callirrhoe

Greek - A nymph, one of the Oceanids. Daughter of Oceanus. Wife of Chrysaor. Mother of Geryon. Some say Callirrhoe and Chrysaor were the parents of Echidna. Occasionally identified as Callirrhoe, Callirhoe, Callirhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Io, Io, Callithyia, 'moon', White Goddess;Egyptian Isis, Selene, Kallirhoe, Kallirhoe, Kallirrhoe or Kallirrhoe.
Greek - Daughter of Achelous. Wife of Alcmaeon. Mother of Acarnan and Amphoterus. When Alcmaeon was murdered by Phegeus and his sons, Zeus answered her prayers that her sons might become men in one day. They avenged their father, killing Phegeus and his sons. Sometimes known as Callirrhoe, Callirhoe, Callirhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Io, Io, Callithyia, 'moon', White Goddess;Egyptian Isis, Selene, Kallirhoe, Kallirhoe, Kallirrhoe or Kallirrhoe.
Greek - Daughter of Scamander. Wife of Tros. Mother of Assaracus, Ganymede and Ilus. At times, referred to as Callirrhoe, Callirhoe, Callirhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Io, Io, Callithyia, 'moon', White Goddess;Egyptian Isis, Selene, Kallirhoe, Kallirhoe, Kallirrhoe or Kallirrhoe.
Greek - A Calydonian maiden. She was loved in vain by Coresus, who when ordered to sacrifice Callirrhoe to Dionysus stabbed himself instead. Callirrhoe was so overcome with remorse that she also stabbed herself to death. On occassion, called Callirrhoe, Callirhoe, Callirhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Io, Io, Callithyia, 'moon', White Goddess;Egyptian Isis, Selene, Kallirhoe, Kallirhoe, Kallirrhoe or Kallirrhoe.
Greek - An early name for Io. Also commonly called Callirrhoe, Callirhoe, Callirhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Callirrhoe, Io, Io, Callithyia, 'moon', White Goddess;Egyptian Isis, Selene, Kallirhoe, Kallirhoe, Kallirrhoe or Kallirrhoe.

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