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proper noun 
  1. (greekmyth) Artemis, in her incarnation as the 'nurse of youths'
Etymology: Ancient Greek , meaning "rearing boys" or "bringing up boys".


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noun (kourotropho, i)
  1. (archaeology) a class of Mycenaean terracotta figurines depicting women carrying children.
Etymology: Presumably from Kourotrophos, assigned by Wikipedia:Elizabeth B. French, Elizabeth B. French, c. 1970


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