IPA: hˈeɪdiz

Root Word: Hades


  • (Greek mythology) The god of the underworld and ruler of the dead, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother of Zeus and Poseidon.
  • (Greek mythology) The underworld, the domain of Hades, by transference from its god.
  • In the Septuagint Bible, the Greek translation of Sheol.
  • Hell.
  • (specifically, chiefly Eastern Orthodoxy) Hell as a waiting place for damned souls before the Last Judgement, after which they may be cast in Gehenna.

Examples of "hades" in Sentences

  • He was the god of the pure darkness of Hades.
  • Obama doesn't have a chance in hades of being elected.
  • Hades is also the location of the Isles of The Blessed.
  • He is the demigod son of Hades and mortal Maria di Angelo.
  • What the hades is this, America is responsible for Africa?
  • The computer will no way in hades surpass a human in 2013.
  • The player travels to Rhodes and Hades to stop a Hades born army.
  • Persephone was the goddess of the underworld and the spouse of Hades.
  • They're smart enough to know no way in hades will they be re-elected.
  • In Christian theology, the term hades refers to the abode of the dead.
  • Hades is phased out in later groupings due to his chthonic associations.
  • This bound her to Hades and the Underworld, much to the dismay of Demeter.
  • Aeneas later visited Hades and saw his father again in the Elysian Fields.
  • Hades is the god of the Underworld, while Demeter is the goddess of the corn.
  • "Mr. Succession" Perry has no chance in hades to extend his reign of incompetence.
  • “The computer will no way in hades surpass a human in 2013.” in raw Data crunched per second …. please read and comprehend.
  • If the decent of this community fail to chase them to their holes and feed their viscera to the dogs, then I'd rather be dead and in hades forever than alive in Waco a single day.
  • Second - they are so afraid of loosing the funding from health and drug companies they are messing themselves. this only goes to show that they don't give a hoot in hades about the poor and middle class.
  • Although Jesus uses the term hades on only two occasions in Matthew, He emphasizes that the judgment of the wicked will be based on their opportunity to respond (Matt. 11: 21-24) and that the defensive gates of hades will not be able to withstand the Gospel's assault (Matt.

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