Languages may "die" out, with the speakers, and the speakers are mortal - but Persephone is Queen of the Underworld where all dead dwell. Thus, language is no limit to Persephone who may learn any language the dead had known.
To live, or stay at.
None: Persephone was a goddess of the Underworld, where monsters dwell, not a goddess of killing monsters.
His queen, Persephone, and those that dwell in the Underworld freely.
Persephone represents Spring returning to Earth, and rules the Underworld where the dead dwell.
Exist, reside, subsist, abide, dwell...
abide, dwell, endure
Persephone was celebrated by humans as the return of Spring, and hailed as Queen of the Underworld where the dead dwell after the living died.
Occupy is another word for reside. Additional synonyms include inhabit, populate and dwell.
Inhabit, sojourn, occupy, reside, settle.
No: but all who die - in war or otherwise - come to dwell in the Underworld, where Queen Persephone and King Hades rule.
Persephone, being Queen of the Underworld, dwells where Islands of the Blessed (where the heroes dwell after death) and Elysian paradise is - she also lives where such monsters as Cerberus guard the gates/house of Hades, and other monsters dwell.
She would have to dwell in the Underworld for a part of the year time.
The Underworld, where Persephone is Queen, is the House of Hades - where the dead souls dwell, and where monsters abide.
You could put live,reside,dwell or where I or you live or whoever the subject.
Persephone was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, when Hades obtained the permission of Zeus, he took Persephone below to the Underworld without her permission or her mothers: Persephone further ate of the pomegranate seeds and this tied her to the Underworld, Zeus then decreed that for half the year Persephone would dwell in the Underworld with Hades, and the other half with her mother Demeter on the earth.
Abide has several meanings. He abided in London for several years. -- to dwell or reside
It has a Underworld which is ruled by Hades and Persephone; this being where the spirits/souls of the dead reside.
One word beginning with the letter 'DW' is Dwelldwell/dwel/Verb:Live in or at a specified place.Noun:A slight regular pause in the motion of a machine.Synonyms:live - reside - inhabit - abide - stay - exist - lodge
Persephone, being a Greek goddess, may change her appearance (thus eye color) at will.
"I dwell" or "(that) I may inhabit" in the first person singular, "He lives" or "(that) he may occupy" in the third person singular, and "Reside!" in the second person singular are English equivalents of the French word habite. Context makes clear which option suits. The pronunciation will be "a-beet" in French.
Dwell- as in I dwell in the state of Virginia.
Where do the Keys of the Underworld lead. What color is Cerberus. Do you visit Cronus, your father, on the Elysian Islands. How do you feel about Persephone and her love for Adonis. Are you unhappy with ruling the Underworld. What is, so to speak, the lay of the land in the Underworld. Are the Furies who dwell in the Underworld truly your children. A mortal dies, then goes successfully to the Underworld; what happens next to that soul/ghost. Is Hecate the only companion of Persephone in the Underworld. Where, exactly, is the Underworld relative to earth where mortals dwell.
a few synonyms are: consist, dwell, eke out a living, endure, get by, go on, inhere, kick*, lie, live, make it, reside, stay alive, subsist, survive
Dwell has more than one meaning, so these two are both synonyms for dwell but not for each other. 1. Linger 2. Live, inhabit, resideabide, bide, bunk, continue, crash*, establish oneself, exist, flop, hang one's hat, hang out*, hole up, inhabit, keep house, locate, lodge, make one's home, nest, occupy, park*, perch*, pitch tent, quarter, remain, rent, reside, rest, room, roost, settle, sojourn, squat, stay, stop, tarry, tenant, tent