Hebe n : (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and spring; wife of Hercules; daughter of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer to the Olympian gods
EtymologyFrom , literally ‘puberty’.
- Greek: Ήβη [ˈivi]
Hebe may refer to:
- Hebe (mythology), the goddess of youth in Greek mythology
- Hebe (plant), a genus of plants native to Oceania
- 6 Hebe, one of the largest main belt asteroids
- Hebe Tian, a member of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E
- Hebe, a sculpture by Antonio Canova
- Hebe (also spelled Heb or Heeb), short for "Hebrew", an ethnic slur directed at Jewish people; see Anti-Semitism
- Hebe (1860 - 1877), one of the eight South Devon Railway Dido class steam locomotives
- Hebe (ship), a French frigate captured by the British in 1782 and used as the basis for their Leda class frigates.
- Hebe (ship) 1808, a ship wrecked near Tasmania in 1808.
- Hebe de Bonafini, an Argentine politician.
- Hebe Camargo, a Brazilian TV hostess
Hebe in Bosnian: Hebe (čvor)
Hebe in Danish: Hebe
Hebe in German: Hebe
Hebe in Modern Greek (1453-): Ήβη (αποσαφήνιση)
Hebe in Spanish: Hebe
Hebe in French: Hébé (homonymie)
Hebe in Croatian: Hebe
Hebe in Polish: Hebe
Hebe in Slovenian: Hebe
Hebe in Chinese: Hebe