Meaning : Mountain Dweller, Mountain dweller, Mountain,
Pronunciation : OH reh stehs, o-RES-teez (English) ,
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Numerology information Orestes:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Additional information Orestes:
Orestes, from Greek Mythology
Orestes is an uncommon baby boy's name of Greek origin. The name is derived from the Greek word 'oros' meaning 'mountain'.
Derived from Greek ορεστιας (orestias) meaning "of the mountains". In Greek myth he was the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. He killed his mother and her lover Aegisthus after they killed his father.
Definition funny of Orestes:
The song of Agamemnon and Brother of Electra. Avenged his fathers death by killing his mother and her new found lover.
"one whom, one shame one resolvable relaintless will to release us all. Gotta cut away, clear away, slip away and severe this, umbilical residue. Keeping me from killing you. " A Perfect Circle - Orestes
A sexy , yet very tall young man . Usually has a large penis . Treats a female like a princess and is the best boyfriend any girl can have . An Oreste usually dates younger girls . Orestes aren't the sharpest crayon in the box .
Wow ! His girlfriend is like 12 . He must be an Oreste !
Son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. After the murder of his father, he was ordered by Apollo to avenge his father's death. He did so, killing his mother and her lover, Aegisthus. For this act, he was pursued by the Erinyes, the goddesses of retribution. He wandered many years so tormented, accompanied by his sister Electra and friend Pylades. Finally, at Athens, the gods interceded and held court. Athena defended him and Apollo gave testimony. Orestes was exonerated and the Erinyes stopped pursuing him.
Orestes killed his own mother on the orders of Apollo.
A very hot guy who looks like a badass but in the reality, he's sweeter than des Barbe à Papa. He is a teddy with his deadly, divine penis. Usually, he masters French Kiss and dances like MJ. You can easily recognize an Oreste: - You melt if he looks you straight in your eyes. - He is good at sports. - He is good at playing instruments. - He is good at everything. - He has the deepest, sexiest sex moans ever.
Songs about Orestes:
Orestes - A Perfect Circle
Orestes by A Perfect Circle from the Album Mer De Noms [Explicit]
Orestes by A Perfect Circle from the Album Three Sixty (Deluxe Edition) [Explicit] [+digital booklet]
Orestes by A Perfect Circle from the Album Complete Collection [Explicit]
Orestes (Live) by A Perfect Circle from the Album Stone and Echo: Live at Red Rocks
Orestes by A Perfect Circle from the Album Mer De Noms
Fragment of stasimon of Orestes by Euripides (aPospasma apo stasimo tou Oresti tou Euripidi) by Petros Tabouris from the Album Fragments of Ancient Greek Music
Orestes by A Perfect Circle from the Album Three Sixty [Explicit] [+digital booklet]
Books about Orestes:
Orestes by Euripides and Will Jonson (Oct 18, 2014)
The American Republic (Orestes A. Brownson: Works in Political Philosophy) by Orestes A. Brownson (May 2003)
Orestes and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) by Euripides, James Morwood, Robin Waterfield and Edith Hall (May 15, 2009)
Orestes and Other Plays (Penguin Classics) by Euripides and Philip Vellacott (Sep 30, 1972)
Orestes by Euripides and Ian Crowe (Dec 13, 2011)
Orestes (Mar 27, 2013)
An Oresteia: Agamemnon by Aiskhylos; Elektra by Sophokles; Orestes by Euripides by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Anne Carson (Mar 2, 2010)
Movies about Orestes:
African Orestes 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Gato Barbieri, Donald F. Moye, et al. Directed by: Pier Paolo Pasolini
The Decameron / Notes Towards an African Orestes Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins Starring: Franco Citti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, et al. Directed by: Pier Paolo Pasolini
The Decameron / Notes for an African Oresteia 2009 X - Runtime: 2 hrs 57 mins Directed by: Pier Paolo Pasolini
Notes for An African Orestes 1989 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Gato Barbieri, Donald F. Moye, et al. Directed by: Pier Paolo Pasolini
Wiki information Orestes:
In Greek mythology, Orestes was the son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. He is the subject of several Ancient Greek plays and of various myths connected with his madness and purification, which retain obscure threads of much older ones.
Orestes was a Roman general and politician of Germanic ancestry, who was briefly in control of the remnant Western Roman Empire in 475–6.