In Greek mythology, Aura (Greek: Αυρα, "breeze" or "morning air") was the Titanide of the breeze. She is often pluralized into the Aurae. Nonnus identified Aura as a daughter of Lelantos and Periboea who compared her virgin body to that of Artemis'. For her hubris, she was raped by Dionysus and bore him a set of twins. She was driven mad due to her rape and swallowed one of her sons whole when they were born. Artemis saved her other son, Iacchus, and transformed Aura into a stream.