In Greek Mythology, Daphne ( /ˈdæfniː/; Greek: Δάφνη, meaning "laurel") was a female minor nature deity. Pursued by Apollo, she fled and was chased. Daphne begged the gods for help, who then transformed her into the laurel.
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... Daphne Chanders First appearance "Premiere" (episode 1.01) Last appearance "We Will Survive!" (episode 5.13) Created by Ron Cowen Daniel Lipman Portrayed by Makyla Smith UK counterpart Donna Clark (Carla ... Later, Daphne becomes romantically interested in Justin, causing some tension between them ... However, Daphne reminds Justin that he once experienced the same feelings toward Brian Kinney as she is now feeling ...
... Daphne – Daphne Laurels Daphne laureola – Spurge Laurel Daphne mezereum – Mezereon ...
... Daphne was a Byzantine fortification inaugurated, most probably in 327, on the left bank of the Danube, across Transmarisca, in the delta of the Arges river ... In 367, emperor Valens crossed the Danube at Daphne using a pontoon bridge ... Still some historians believe that the Daphne was the new name of the Sucidava- Celei ...
... Daphne (voiced by Anne K ... Leger) is a female toad along with the tunnel toad and the old toad ...
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- (noun): (Greek mythology) a nymph who was transformed into a laurel tree to escape the amorous Apollo.
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