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Cu·pid / ˈkyoōpəd/ Roman Mythol. the god of love. He is represented as a naked, winged boy with a bow and arrows, with which he wounds his victims. Greek equivalent Eros. ∎  [as n.] (also cupid) a representation of a naked winged child, typically carrying a bow.

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Cupid. God of Love, usually depicted as a winged male child with bow and arrow, as distinct from an unarmed Cherub or wingless putto. See amorino.

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Cupid XIV. — L. Cupīdō, personification of cupīdō desire, f. cupere desire, long for.
So cupidity XV. — F. cupidité or L. cupiditās, f. cupidus, eagerly desirous, f. cupere; see -ID 1, -ITY.

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Cupid ★½ 1996 (R)

Eric (Galligan) develops a deadly obsession for beautiful Jennifer (Laurence), who discovers that Jack and his equally crazy sister Dana (Crosby) have a nasty habit of killing the women that don't measure up to Jack's fantasies. 94m/C VHS . Zach Galligan, Ashley Laurence, Mary Crosby, Joseph Kell, Michael Bowen; D: Doug Campbell; W: David Benullo; C: M. David Mullen.

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Cupid in Roman mythology, the god of love, son of Venus. He is represented as a naked winged boy with a bow and arrows, with which he wounds his victims.
Cupid's bow a shape like that of the double-curved bow often shown carried by Cupid, especially at the top edge of a person's upper lip.

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Cupid In Roman mythology, god of love, equivalent to the Greek god Eros.

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