In the Greek Mythology, Œnone , girl of the god river Cébren, is a nymph.
It is the first woman of Pâris, with which it predicts that it would be wounded with the combat and that she only could look after it. Pâris gives up it however to marry Helene. Later, when it is wounded during the Trojan War, it asks him to help it, but Œnone refuses (or is able too late to look after it according to the versions). Catch of remorse, it commits suicide.
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