tiresias

Androgyny vs Tiresias - What's the difference?

androgyny | tiresias |


As a noun androgyny

is hermaphroditism.

As a proper noun tiresias is

(greek mythology) a long-lived blind soothsayer who participated over seven generations in the legendary history of (the greek city) thebes, noted also for being transformed into a woman for seven years, so being symbolic of androgyny.

Thebes vs Tiresias - What's the difference?

thebes | tiresias |


As proper nouns the difference between thebes and tiresias

is that thebes is (dated) while tiresias is (greek mythology) a long-lived blind soothsayer who participated over seven generations in the legendary history of (the greek city) thebes, noted also for being transformed into a woman for seven years, so being symbolic of androgyny.

Soothsayer vs Tiresias - What's the difference?

soothsayer | tiresias |


As a noun soothsayer

is (obsolete) one who tells the truth; a truthful person.

As a proper noun tiresias is

(greek mythology) a long-lived blind soothsayer who participated over seven generations in the legendary history of (the greek city) thebes, noted also for being transformed into a woman for seven years, so being symbolic of androgyny.

Blind vs Tiresias - What's the difference?

blind | tiresias |


As an adjective blind

is (not comparable|of a person or animal) unable to see, due to physiological or neurological factors.

As a noun blind

is a covering for a window to keep out light the may be made of cloth or of narrow slats that can block light or allow it to pass.

As a verb blind

is to make temporarily or permanently blind.

As an adverb blind

is without seeing; unseeingly.

As a proper noun tiresias is

(greek mythology) a long-lived blind soothsayer who participated over seven generations in the legendary history of (the greek city) thebes, noted also for being transformed into a woman for seven years, so being symbolic of androgyny.

Teiresias vs Tiresias - What's the difference?

teiresias | tiresias | Alternative forms |

Teiresias is an alternative form of tiresias.


As a proper noun tiresias is

(greek mythology) a long-lived blind soothsayer who participated over seven generations in the legendary history of (the greek city) thebes, noted also for being transformed into a woman for seven years, so being symbolic of androgyny.