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Hebe (family Scrophulariaceae) A genus of shrubs, very closely related to Veronica but, unlike that genus, truly shrubby and with the capsule dorsally (not laterally) compressed. They are much cultivated for the flowers and foliage. There are about 75 species in the extreme south of S. America, New Zealand, and Australia.

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Hebe

Hebe (hē´bē), in Greek religion and mythology, goddess of youth; daughter of Zeus and Hera and wife of Hercules. She appears only occasionally in legend as a cupbearer and attendant of the gods. The Romans identified her as Juventas.

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Hebe

Hebe in Greek mythology, the daughter of Hera and Zeus, and cup-bearer of the gods.

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