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Iris is the daughter of the Titan Thaumas and the nymph Electra.
With the West wind called Zephyrus, Iris is said to have given birth to Eros (also said to be the son of Aphrodite) and Pothos, which is the personification of Longing, a being of inconstant mood, and an attendant of Aphrodite.
Iris is portrayed as a young woman with wings and her attributes are a herald's staff and a water pitcher.
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In Greek mythology, Iris is the personified goddess of the rainbow.
She is regarded as the messenger of the gods to mankind, and particularly of the goddess Hera whose orders she brought to humans.
Iris is the daughter of Titan Thaumas and the nymph Electra.
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