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  • the mythology of the ancient Greeks (noun.group)
    the system of mythology of the Greeks and Romans together; much of Roman mythology (especially the gods) was borrowed from the Greeks (noun.group)
     

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    (Greek mythology) a great war fought between Greece and Troy; the Greeks sailed to Troy to recover Helen of Troy, the beautiful wife of Menelaus who h more.. (noun.act)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the extremely dirty stables that were finally cleaned by Hercules who diverted two rivers through them (noun.artifact)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a box that Zeus gave to Pandora with instructions that she not open it; she gave in to her curiosity and opened it; all the miseries more.. (noun.artifact)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the oracle at Delphi where a priestess supposedly delivered messages from Apollo to those who sought advice; the messages were usual more.. (noun.artifact)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the abode of the blessed after death (noun.cognition)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a ship-devouring whirlpool lying on the other side of a narrow strait from Scylla (noun.event)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a region on the Black Sea to the south of the Caucasus that was the site of an ancient country where (according to Greek mythology) more.. (noun.location)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead were carried by Charon (noun.object)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a river in Hades that was said to be a tributary of the Acheron (noun.object)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a river in Hades; the souls of the dead had to drink from it, which made them forget all they had done and suffered when they were a more.. (noun.object)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mountain in central Greece where (according to Greek mythology) the Muses lived; known as the mythological home of music and poetr more.. (noun.object)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which Charon carried dead souls (noun.object)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the mythical Greek king who for 30 years did not clean his stables which contained his vast herd of cattle (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a woman who was turned into a kingfisher (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mysterious and terrifying deity of the underworld (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a giant with 100 eyes; was guardian of the heifer Io and was slain by Hermes (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the brother of Europa and traditional founder of Thebes in Boeotia (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the sea nymph who detained Odysseus for seven years (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a water nymph who was the daughter of Oceanus or Nereus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of a race of giants having a single eye in the middle of their forehead (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a sea nymph transformed into a sea monster who lived on one side of a narrow strait; drowned and devoured sailors who tried to escap more.. (noun.person)
     
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    the mythical Greek warrior with an unusually loud voice who died after losing a shouting contest with Hermes (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the three-headed dog guarding the entrance to Hades; son of Typhon (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the ferryman who brought the souls of the dead across the river Styx or the river Acheron to Hades (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) fire-breathing female monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail; daughter of Typhon (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the learned centaur who tutored Achilles, Asclepius, Hercules, Jason, and other heroes (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a sorceress who detained Odysseus on her island and turned his men into swine (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) founder of Troy (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a Trojan boy who was so beautiful that Zeus carried him away to serve as cupbearer to the gods (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mythical monster with three heads that was slain by Hercules (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) any of three winged sister monsters and the mortal Medusa who had live snakes for hair; a glance at Medusa turned the beholder to st more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) vicious winged monster; often depicted as a bird with the head of a woman (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) monster with nine heads; when struck off each head was replaced by two new ones (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of a people that the ancient Greeks believed lived in a warm and sunny land north of the source of the north wind (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Greek god of sleep; the son of Nyx (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the daughter of Tantalus whose boasting about her children provoked Apollo and Artemis to slay them all; Niobe was turned to stone w more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the son of Zeus who slew Medusa (with the help of Athena and Hermes) and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) an Ethiopian princess and daughter of Cassiopeia; she was fastened to a rock and exposed to a sea monster that was sent by Poseidon, more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) king of Ethiopia and husband of Cassiopeia (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the wife of Cepheus and mother of Andromeda (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a woman transformed into a Gorgon by Athena; she was slain by Perseus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the three Gorgons (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the three Gorgons (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mythical monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man; slain by Theseus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a beautiful young man who fell in love with his own reflection (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) an enormous lion strangled by Hercules as the first of his 12 labors (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mythical hero of Corinth who performed miracles on the winged horse Pegasus (especially killing the monster Chimera) (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the prince of Troy who abducted Helen from her husband Menelaus and provoked the Trojan War (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a friend of Achilles who was killed in the Trojan War; his death led Achilles to return to the fight after his quarrel with Agamemno more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the immortal winged horse that sprang from the blood of the slain Medusa; was tamed by Bellerophon with the help of a bridle given h more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) dragon killed by Apollo at Delphi (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a son of Zeus who became king of Lycia; fought on behalf of the Trojans in the Trojan War and was killed by Patroclus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a riddling winged monster with a woman's head and breast on a lion's body; daughter of Typhon (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) son of Gaea and Tartarus who created the whirlwinds; had a terrifying voice and 100 dragon heads that spurted fire (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a monster with a hundred heads who breathed out flames; son of Typhoeus and father of Cerberus and the Chimera and the Sphinx (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a handsome youth loved by both Aphrodite and Persephone (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a nymph who was spurned by Narcissus and pined away until only her voice remained (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) group of 3 to 7 nymphs who guarded the golden apples that Gaea gave as a wedding gift to Hera (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) 7 daughters of Atlas and half-sisters of the Pleiades; they nurtured the infant Dionysus and Zeus placed them among the stars as a r more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the mountain nymphs (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) 7 daughters of Atlas and half-sisters of the Hyades; placed among the stars to save them from the pursuit of Orion (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the 7 Pleiades (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) any nymph of the water (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a nymph who was transformed into a laurel tree to escape the amorous Apollo (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a nymph of lakes and springs and rivers and fountains (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) any of the 50 sea nymphs who were daughters of the sea god Nereus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the 50 Nereids; mother of Achilles by Peleus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) sea nymph who was a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) Greek god of light; god of prophecy and poetry and music and healing; son of Zeus and Leto; twin brother of Artemis (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) priestess of Aphrodite who killed herself when her lover Leander drowned while trying to swim the Hellespont to see her (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a youth beloved of Hero who drowned in a storm in the Hellespont on one of his nightly visits to see her (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a king who created a statue of a woman and fell in love with it; Aphrodite brought the sculpture to life as Galatea (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a maiden who was first a sculpture created by Pygmalion and was brought to life by Aphrodite in answer to Pygmalion's prayers (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) Greek god of war; son of Zeus and Hera; identified with Roman Mars (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) goddess of discord; sister of Ares (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Greek personification of death; son of Nyx (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of the night; daughter of Chaos; counterpart of Roman Nox (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the virgin goddess of the hunt and the Moon; daughter of Leto and twin sister of Apollo; identified with Roman Diana (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the god who personified the north wind (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) goddess of wisdom and useful arts and prudent warfare; guardian of Athens; identified with Roman Minerva (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the most ancient of gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the supreme god until Zeus dethroned him; son of Uranus and Gaea in ancient Greek mythology; identified with Roman Saturn (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) goddess of fertility and protector of marriage in ancient mythology; counterpart of Roman Ceres (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) god of wine and fertility and drama; the Greek name of Bacchus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) wife of Nereus and mother of the Nereids (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) Greek god of darkness who dwelt in the underworld; son of Chaos; brother of Nox; father of Aether and Day (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) god of love; son of Aphrodite; identified with Roman Cupid (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos; to escape the labyrinth he fashioned wings for himself and his son Icarus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) according to a Greek legend: when Pythias was sentenced to be executed Damon took his place to allow Pythias to get his affairs in o more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) goddess of the earth and mother of Cronus and the Titans in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and spring; wife of Hercules; daughter of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer to the Olympian gods (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) ancient god of the sun; drove his chariot across the sky each day; identified with Roman Sol (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) son of Daedalus; while escaping from Crete with his father (using the wings Daedalus had made) he flew too close to the sun and the more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the lame god of fire and metalworking in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Vulcan (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) messenger and herald of the gods; god of commerce and cunning and invention and theft; identified with Roman Mercury (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) son of Hermes and Aphrodite who merged with the nymph Salmacis to form one body (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the goddess of health; daughter of Aesculapius and sister of Panacea (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a maiden seduced by Zeus; when Hera was about to discover them together Zeus turned her into a white heifer (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the goddess of the hearth and its fire in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Vesta (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the god of marriage (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a Titan who was the son of Gaea and Uranus and the father of Helios and Selene and Eos in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of epic poetry (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of history (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of lyric and love poetry (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of music (or the flute) (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of tragedy (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of singing and mime and sacred dance (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of the dance and of choral song (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Muse of astronomy (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a sea god son of Pontus and Gaea; lived in the depths of the sea with his wife Doris and their daughters the Nereids (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) winged goddess of victory; identified with Roman Victoria (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) god of the heavens; son and husband of Gaea and father of the Titans in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) god of fields and woods and shepherds and flocks; represented as a man with goat's legs and horns and ears; identified with Roman Sy more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) daughter of Helios and mother of Ariadne (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) ancient personification of the sea; father of Nereus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the god of the sea and earthquakes in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and Hades and Hera; identified with Roman Neptune (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a prophetic god who served Poseidon; was capable of changing his shape at will (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter; made queen of the underworld by Pluto in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Proserpina (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mythical giant who was a thief and murderer; he would capture people and tie them to an iron bed, stretching them or hacking off t more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) son of Helios; killed when trying to drive his father's chariot and came too close to earth (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the priestess of Apollo at Delphi who transmitted the oracles (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a judge of the dead in the underworld (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) goddess of the Moon in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Luna (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the winged goddess of the dawn in ancient mythology; daughter of Hyperion; identified with Roman Aurora (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the wife of Orpheus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a giant Boeotian hunter who pursued the Pleiades and was eventually slain by Artemis; was then placed in the sky as a constellation (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a great musician; when his wife Eurydice died he went to Hades to get her back but failed (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant gods who ruled the Earth until overthrown by Zeus; the Titans were offspring of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant goddesses who were offspring of Uranus (heaven) and Gaea (earth) in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a sea god; son of Poseidon (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the goddess of fortune; identified with Roman Fortuna (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Greek god of the west wind (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology; son of Rhea and Cronus whom he dethroned; husband and brother of Hera; brother of Poseid more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) god of the stream that flowed around the earth in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the Titans (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the Titans (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Titan who was father of Atlas and Epimetheus and Prometheus in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a Titan who was forced by Zeus to bear the sky on his shoulders (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) brother of Prometheus; despite Prometheus's warning against gifts from Zeus he accepted Pandora as his wife (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Titan who stole fire from Olympus and gave it to mankind; Zeus punished him by chaining him to a rock where an eagle gnawed at h more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Titaness who was mother of Helios and Selene and Eos in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Titaness who was goddess of justice in ancient mythology (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the Titaness who was goddess of memory; mother of the Muses (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a Titaness who became identified with Artemis as goddess of the Moon (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a Titaness and sea goddess; wife of Oceanus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a beautiful princess loved by Cupid who visited her at night and told her she must not try to see him; became the personification of more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the first woman; created by Hephaestus on orders from Zeus who presented her to Epimetheus along with a box filled with evils (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) one of the heroes who sailed with Jason in search of the Golden Fleece (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the husband of Medea and leader of the Argonauts who sailed in quest of the Golden Fleece (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a princess of Colchis who aided Jason in taking the Golden Fleece from her father (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the father of Odysseus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a famous mythical Greek hero; his return to Ithaca after the siege of Troy was described in the Odyssey (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the wife of Odysseus and a symbol of devotion and fidelity; for 10 years while Odysseus fought the Trojan War she resisted numerous more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a hero and king of Athens who was noted for his many great deeds: killed Procrustes and the Minotaur and defeated the Amazons and un more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a wicked king and son of Zeus; condemned in Hades to stand in water that receded when he tried to drink and beneath fruit that reced more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the king of Mycenae and father of Agamemnon and of Menelaus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the king who lead the Greeks against Troy in the Trojan War (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the king of Sparta at the time of the Trojan War; brother of Agamemnon; husband of Helen (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the daughter of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon; Agamemnon was obliged to offer her as a sacrifice to Artemis when the Greek fleet was be more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) wife of Agamemnon who had him murdered when he returned from the Trojan War (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the seducer of Clytemnestra and murderer of Agamemnon who usurped the throne of Mycenae until Agamemnon's son Orestes returned home more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra; his sister Electra persuaded him to avenge Agamemnon's death by killing Clytemnestra and Aegi more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a prophetess in Troy during the Trojan War whose predictions were true but were never believed (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the daughter of King Oedipus who disobeyed her father and was condemned to death (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the brother of Jocasta and uncle of Antigone who became king of Thebes after the fall of Oedipus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) queen of Thebes who unknowingly married her own son Oedipus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra; persuaded her brother (Orestes) to avenge Agamemnon's death by helping her to kill Clyte more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the priest of Apollo who warned the Trojans to beware of Greeks bearing gifts when they wanted to accept the Trojan Horse; a god who more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) king of Thebes who was unwittingly killed by his son Oedipus (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a member of the warriors who followed Achilles on the expedition against Troy (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a tragic king of Thebes who unknowingly killed his father Laius and married his mother Jocasta; the subject of the drama `Oedipus Re more.. (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the blind prophet of Thebes who revealed to Oedipus that Oedipus had murdered his father and married his mother (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) a mythical Trojan who was killed by Achilles during the Trojan War (noun.person)
     
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    (Greek mythology) the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leda who was abducted by Paris; the Greek army sailed to Troy to get her back which resulted in t more.. (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) a queen of Sparta who was raped by Zeus who had taken the form of a swan; Helen of Troy was conceived in the rape of Leda (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) one of a nation of women warriors of Scythia (who burned off the right breast in order to use a bow and arrow more effectively) (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) a woman participant in the orgiastic rites of Dionysus (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (classical mythology) a priest or votary of Bacchus (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (classical mythology) a priestess or votary of Bacchus (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) a wise old counselor to the Greeks at Troy (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) a simple countryman who offered hospitality to Zeus and Hermes when they came to earth without revealing their identities in order t more.. (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.person)
    (Greek mythology) the last king of Troy; father of Hector and Paris and Cassandra (noun.person)
     
  • (noun.substance)
    (Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods (noun.substance)
     
  • (adj.pert)
    of or relating to or worshipping Dionysus (adj.pert)
     
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