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According to this interpretation, the name is from aphrós " foam " and déatai " seems " or " shines " ( infinitive form * déasthai ), meaning " she who shines from the foam ", a byname of the dawn goddess ( Eos ).
J. P. Mallory and D. Q.
Adams ( 1997 ) have also proposed an etymology based on the connection with the Indo-European dawn goddess, from " very " and " to shine ".

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