Ceres, 1 Definition(s)
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General definition (in Hinduism)
Ceres in Roman mythology.—The name, Ceres, is from the stem cer, Sanskrit kri, to make. By metonomy the word comes to signify corn in the Latin.Source: archive.org: The Classic Myths in English Literature
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Yoga Vasistha Volume 3, Part II (by Vālmīki)
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