Meaning : Goddess Of The Hearth, Goddess of the Hearth,

Origin : Latin, Roman Mythology,

Pronunciation : VES-tə (English)  ,

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Vesta Expression, Vesta Soul Urge, Vesta Inner Dream


Additional information Vesta:

additionalProbably a Roman cognate of HESTIA. Vesta was the Roman goddess of the hearth. A continuous fire, tended by the Vestal Virgins, was burned in the Temple of Vesta in Rome.


Definition funny of Vesta:

urbanA very likeable person who manages to stay away from fitting into a certain group or clique. Someone who will never spoil anyone elses day if they themselves are having a bad day.

urbanDamn that vesta is fine. I wish i was her.

urbanA plane of existence that has a fine civilization and caters to the only things keeping it stable. The people. Vesta works so that life may work. Vesta is the embodiment of a functioning society that has been accomplished in an individual's mind. Except, on a much broader scale. A place where any belief can be expressed without persecution. The people who run it are philosophical minds that see the world for what it really is, and what it really could become in proper conditions. The ideal human paradise.

urban"I want to create a Vesta for my family. A better environment." Or.. "I have put together a little Vesta in the backyard, a garden with luscious foliage and colorful, assorted arrays of flowers and a running stream. Tranquility and harmony itself."

urbanA small town Grecian and Italian restuarant in Boonsboro, Maryland. Also means 5/5 on the Pizza based girl scale.

urban"Man! That is a straight up Vesta!" Joe said."No, she's more like a Jet." Bill objected."No way,"replied Joe.

urbanA female's vagina or a retard.


Songs about Vesta:

songsAs Vesta was from Latmos hill descending by Cambridge Singers from the Album Flora Gave Me Fairest Flowers - Elizabethan Madrigals

songsRain (Remix) (Vesta Williams Mix) by Norman Brown from the Album Celebration

songsAs Vesta was from Latmos hill descending by I Fagiolini from the Album Triumphs Of Oriana (The)

songsSacred Flame of Vesta (Original Composition For Lyre in the Ancient Hypophrygian Mode) by Michael Levy from the Album Ode to Ancient Rome

songsI Capuleti e i Montecchi: Eccomi in lieta vesta? Oh quante volte, oh quante! (Orchestral Backing Track Karaoke... by Compagnia d'Opera Italiana Orchestra and Antonello Gotta from the Album Cantolopera: Soprano Arias Vol. 7

songsAs Vesta was, from Latmos hill descending: As Vesta Was by Jeremy Summerly from the Album English Madrigals and Songs

songsVesta by Soilwork from the Album The Living Infinite


Books about Vesta:

booksVesta Dipping Grill: Beyond the Sauce by Matt Wolkon Josh; Selby (2010)

booksVesta: Untersuchungen zum indogermanischen Feuerkult [Reprint der Originalausgabe von 1939] (German Edition) by Otto Huth (Apr 2, 2012)

booksPsychologische Astrologie - Ausbildung Band 11: Das Weib im Horoskop - Lilith und die Asteroiden Ceres, Pallas... by Beate Helm (Oct 13, 2014)

booksVesta Mangun Continues by Vesta Mangun (1990)

booksVesta's Hearth 2: The Concert by Frances Penwiddy (Apr 15, 2014)

booksVesta's Hearth 3: The Snow Maiden by Frances Penwiddy (Apr 17, 2014)

booksVesta's Hearth 4: The Bird With A Broken Wing (Vesta'sHearth) by Frances Penwiddy (Apr 22, 2014)


Movies about Vesta:

moviesOlovena Vesta Se BD Unrated -

moviesOlovena Vesta - Valecna Kolekce Unrated -

moviesOlovena Vesta - Edice Filmove Klenoty Unrated -


Wiki information Vesta:

Deity, Name source

Vesta is the virgin goddess of the hearth, home, and family in Roman religion. Vesta's presence is symbolized by the sacred fire that burned at her hearth and temples. Her closest Greek equivalent is Hestia. The importance of Vesta to Roman religion...

4 Vesta
Asteroid, Astronomical Discovery, Mission destination, Namesake, Meteorite Source, Orbital Relationship, Celestial Object, Star system body

Vesta, minor-planet designation 4 Vesta, is one of the largest asteroids in the Solar System, with a mean diameter of 525 kilometres. It was discovered by Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers on 29 March 1807 and is named after Vesta, the virgin goddess of home...