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Eros

The god of love and sexual desire; son of either Erebus and Nyx or Aphrodite and Ares.

His Roman name was Cupid (although Cupid is the Roman name for Eros, it is also used in the United States as the tiny angel who wears a white robe and a halo above his head. He is most frequently conversed about around Valentine's Day.)

Eros may refer to:

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