Cupid [ kyoo-pid ]
1. Also called Amor. the ancient Roman god of love and the son of either Mars or Mercury and Venus, identified with Eros and commonly represented as a winged, naked, infant boy with a bow and arrows.
2. (lowercase) a similar winged being, or a representation of one, especially as symbolic of love.
Origin: < Latin Cupīdō Cupid, the personification of cupīdō desire, love, equivalent to cup(ere) to long for, desire + -īdō noun suffix (cf. libido)
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR CUPID
A delicious marble Cupid appeared to have just alighted on his pedestal at the upper end of the room.
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The same ginger-haired model served Caravaggio for his Amor Vincit Omnia, where Cupid stands astride an unmade bed.
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His Cupid—which, like Veronica Mars, was critically adored yet underwatched—got canceled after one season in 1998.
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R and I were introduced by a married couple who enjoyed playing Cupid for their pet bachelor, a junior I-banker.
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