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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chione_(daughter_of_Boreas)

In Greek mythology, Chione is an Aura (a wind nymph; the daughters of the Anemoi (the gods of the winds) and a goddess of winter and snow. Mythology[ edit].

riordan.wikia.com/wiki/Khione

Khione is the Greek goddess of snow, daughter of Boreas, god of the North Wind and Winter, and...

www.theoi.com/Nymphe/NympheKhione1.html

She was a daughter of Boreas, god of the north-wind, and Orithyia, the lady of mountain gales. Chione was probably a goddess of snow (khiôn).

www.godchecker.com/pantheon/greek-mythology.php?deity=CHIONE

Aug 26, 2015 ... Godchecker guide to CHIONE (also known as Khione): Goddess of Snow. Chione is the Greek Goddess of Snow and comes from the ...

www.theoi.com/greek-mythology/sky-gods.html

CHIONE (Khione) The goddess of snow. She was daughter a daughter of Boreas , god of the wintry north wind. CHRONOS The old god of time who turned the ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-gods-of-ice-and-snow-of-different-mythologies

In Greek mythology Boreas was one of the Anemoi (Winds) , the god of the cold north wind and the bringer of winter . He abducted and forcibly married Orithyia ...

www.quora.com/Is-there-a-goddess-of-snow-in-Greek-mythology

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/... Chione (from Greek χιών - chiōn, "snow"), in ancient Greek religion, is the nymph or minor goddess of snow. She is the daughter ...

faithseekerkids.com/snow-goddesses

Feb 14, 2014 ... Some of our snow goddesses live on through modern-day rituals. The ancient Slavic goddess of winter is now known as Marzanna, the Winter ...

www.greekmythology.com/Other_Gods/Minor_Gods/Chione/chione.html

A different Chione was the goddess of snow in Greek mythology, daughter of Boreas, the god of the North Wind, and Oreithyia. She was the consort of Poseidon, ...

www.apricotpie.com/matthew/shiva-goddess-of-ice-and-snow

Shiva: Goddess of Ice and Snow. Fiction By Matthew // 8/30/2007. (This was a paper I wrote for my work history class. Your supposed to write a Myth. So I did.