Who is Cupid?

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According to Roman mythology, Cupid is the god of love and son of the goddess Venus. He is symbolized as a naked, winged boy with a bow and arrows, with which he wounds his victims. Cupid is used as a symbol for love in the society.
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Cu·pid
[kyoo-pid]
NOUN
1.
the ancient Roman god of love and the son of either Mars or Mercury and Venus, identified with Eros and commonly represented as a winged, naked, infant boy with a bow and arrows.
2.
(lowercase) a similar winged being, or a representation of one, especially as symbolic of love.
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A cupid is a god of love and desire in Roman mythology. Cupid was the son of goddess Venus and god Mars. Cupid has be come a phenomena in romantic culture where he is depicted as shooting his bow to inspire romance and is a Valentine's Day icon.
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