Apollo (n.)
Greek sun god, who pulls the sun across the sky in a horse-drawn chariot; god of prophecy [speaking through the Delphi oracle, poetry, music, archery, and healing
KL I.i.160.1[Lear to Kent] Now by Apollo
LLL IV.iii.319[Berowne to all, of love] as sweet and musical / As bright Apollo's lute, strung with his hair
LLL V.ii.920[Armado to all] The words of Mercury are harsh after the songs of Apollo
TC I.iii.328[Nestor to all, of Achilles' brain] though, Apollo knows, / 'Tis dry enough
TC II.ii.80[Troilus to Hector, of Helen] a Grecian queen, whose youth and freshness / Wrinkles Apollo's
Tit IV.i.65[Marcus to all] Apollo, Pallas, Jove or Mercury / Inspire me
WT III.ii.115.1[Lord to all] bring forth / And in Apollo's name, his oracle
WT IV.iv.30[Florizel ro Perdita] the fire-robed god, / Golden Apollo, a poor, humble swain
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