Eirene, the Greek goddess of peace, one of the Horae/Horu00E6; equivalent to the Roman goddess Pax.
, an asteroid.
, in regular use since the 19th century.
The hydrocarbon formed by dehydration of irone.
Origin: Irène, from Εἰρήνη eirēnē "peace", name of a goddess of peace, of early Christian saints, and of an 8th-century Byzantine empress.
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empress of Constantinople, born in Athens, a poor orphan girl, famous for her beauty, her talents, and her crimes; was banished to Lesbos, where she maintained herself by spinning; has been canonised by the Greek Church for her zeal in image worship (752-803).
The numerical value of irene in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of irene in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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Irene Martin’s nomination for this valor award is scandalous.
We had 28 inches of water in our house from Irene, i certainly hope that something of that proportion doesn't happen again.
To give Irene Martin an award for valor is insulting to all the prior awardees – the agents and officers who truly displayed valor and risked their lives to save someone else.
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