Artemis

Artemis (Ar`temis) , in the Greek mythology the daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo, born in the Isle of Delos, and one of the great divinities of the Greeks; a virgin goddess, represented as a huntress armed with bow and arrows; presided over the birth of animals, was guardian of flocks, the moon the type of her and the laurel her sacred tree, was the Diana of the Romans, and got mixed up with deities in other mythologies.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ar`tegal * Artemi`sia
Arrow-headed characters
Arru Islands
Ar`saces I.
Arsacidæ
Arsin`oë
Arta, Gulf of
Arts, The
Artaxer`xes
Arte`di
Ar`tegal
Ar`temis
Artemi`sia
Artemi`sium
Artemus Ward
Artesian wells
Ar`tevelde, Jacob van
Artevelde, Philip van
Artful Dodger
Ar`thur
Arthur, Chester Alan
Arthur, Prince, Duke of Brittany