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Poseidon in English
god of the sea, son of the gods Chronos and Rhea (Greek Mythology)

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Poseidon in Greek
ποσειδώνας

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Poseidon in Chinese (s)
波塞冬; 海神洲际导弹

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Poseidon in Chinese (t)
波塞頓; 海神洲際飛彈

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Poseidon in Arabic
بوسيدون, إله البحر, ابن الألهة كرونوس وريا (أساطير يونانية)

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Poseidon in Spanish
Poseidón

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Poseidon in Russian
Посейдон (миф.)

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Poseidon in Dutch
Poseidon (zeegod in Griekse mythologie)

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Poseidon in Portuguese
Posseidon, deus do mar, filho dos deuses Cronos e Rhea (Mitologia Grega)

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Poseidon in Turkish
Poseidon, Deniz tanrısı, tanrılar Kronos ve Rhea'nın oğlu (Yunan Mitolojisi)

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Poseidon in Italian
Poseidone (dio del mare nella mitologia greca)

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Poseidon in French
Poséidon, dieu de la mer dans la mythologie grecque (Mythologie grecque)

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Poseidon in German
Poseidon, Gott des Meeres, Sohn des Chronos und Rhea (Griechische Mythologie)

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Poseidon in Japanese
ポセイドン, 海の神, 神クロノスとレアの息子(ギリシア神話)

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Poseidon in Hebrew
פוסידון, אל הים, בנם של האלים כרונוס וראה (במיתולוגיה היוונית)

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Poseidon in Swedish
Poseidon (havsguden i den grekiska mytologin)

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Poseidon in English
Poseidon (Greek) One of the twelve great Olympian deities, a son of Ouranos and Gaia, brother of Zeus and Hades; represented by the Latins as Neptunus. The brothers Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades are respectively the gods of heaven, the intermediate world or water, and of the underworld; and these represent the three great generalized powers or forces, each one ruling or vitalizing his respective third of the seven manifest cosmic planes. Poseidon presides over water, especially the ocean, and over horses, which he brought forth by a stroke of his trident on the earth. His symbols are the dolphin, one of his executive ministers; the trident; and the horse. It is Poseidon who shakes the earth and raises and quells storms at sea. He had numerous offspring by many wives, both mortal and immortal; mostly of a violent unruly character like himself -- titans and giants. He stands as a personation of the spirit and race of Atlantis; for he is lusty, sensual, and at war with heaven. To consummate his intrigues, he assumes the forms of various animals -- a way of alluding to bestial Atlantean black magic. The symbol is complex, for he is also a dragon. He is related to the northern constellations of Draco, Delphinus, and Pegasus (or Equus, the horse). Equivalent to Chozzar of the Peratae Gnostics and the good serpent of the Nazarenes (cf SD 2:578). As god of the waters he parallels Idaspati, Narayana, Vishnu, and Varuna.


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Poseidon (; Greek: , ) was one of the twelve Olympian deities of the pantheon in Greek mythology. His main domain was the ocean, and he is called the "God of the Sea". Additionally, he is referred to as "Earth-Shaker" due to his role in causing earthquakes, and has been called the "tamer of horses". He is usually depicted as an older male with curly hair and beard.

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Noun
1. (Greek mythology) the god of the sea and earthquakes in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and Hades and Hera; identified with Roman Neptune
(hypernym) Greek deity
(classification) Greek mythology


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POSEIDON ( Roman name Neptune) was the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses. Although he was officially one of the supreme gods of Mount Olympus, he spent most of his time in his watery domain. Poseidon was brother to Zeus and Hades. These three gods divided creation between them. Zeus was ruler of the sky, Hades had dominion of the Underworld and Poseidon was given all water, both fresh and salt. Although there were various rivers personified as gods, these would have been technically under Poseidon's sway. Similarly, Nereus, the Old Man of the Sea, wasn't really considered on a par with Poseidon, who was known to drive his chariot through the waves in unquestioned dominance. Poseidon had married Nereus's daughter, the sea-nymph Amphitrite. In dividing heaven, the watery realm and the subterranean land of the dead, the Olympians agreed that the earth itself would be ruled jointly, with Zeus as king. This led to a number of territorial disputes among the gods. Poseidon vied with Athena to be patron deity of Athens. The god demonstrated his power and benevolence by striking the Acropolis with his three-pronged spear, which caused a spring of salt water to emerge. Athena, however, planted an olive tree, which was seen as a more useful favor. Her paramount importance to the Athenians is seen in her magnificent temple, the Parthenon, which still crowns the Acropolis. The people of Athens were careful, all the same, to honor Poseidon as well (as soon as his anger calmed down and he withdrew the flood of seawater with which he ravaged the land after his loss in the contest with Athena). Poseidon was father of the hero Theseus, although the mortal Aegeus also claimed this distinction. Theseus was happy to have two fathers, enjoying the lineage of each when it suited him. Thus he became king of Athens by virtue of being Aegeus's son, but availed himself of Poseidon's parentage in facing a challenge handed him by King Minos of Crete. This monarch threw his signet ring into the depths of the sea and dared Theseus to retrieve it. The hero dove beneath the waves and not only found the ring but was given a crown by Poseidon's wife, Amphitrite. Poseidon was not so well-disposed toward another famous hero. Because Odysseus killed the Cyclops Polyphemus, who was Poseidon's son, the god not only delayed the hero's homeward return from the Trojan War but caused him to face enormous perils. At one point he whipped up the sea with his trident and caused a storm so severe that Odysseus was shipwrecked. Poseidon similarly cursed the wife of King Minos. Minos had proved his divine right to rule Crete by calling on Poseidon to send a bull from the sea, which the king promised to sacrifice. Poseidon sent the bull, but Minos liked it too much to sacrifice it. So Poseidon asked Aphrodite, the goddess of love, to make Minos's queen, Pasiphae, fall in love with the bull. The result was the monstrous Minotaur, half-man, half-bull. As god of horses, Poseidon often adopted the shape of a steed. It is not certain that he was in this form when he wooed Medusa. But when Perseus later killed the Gorgon, the winged horse Pegasus sprang from her severed neck. Poseidon sometimes granted the shape-shifting power to others. And he ceded to the request of the maiden Caenis that she be transformed into the invulnerable, male warrior Caeneus.

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Poseidon in Esperanto
Posejdono

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Poseidon in Russian
(n) посейдон; посидон

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Poseidon in Dutch
Poseidon

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Poseidon in Turkish
POSEIDON (FÜZESİ):Satıhta veya dalmış durumda seyir halinde iken, özel şekilde tasarımı yapılmış bir denizaltıdan fırlatılabilecek kapasitedeki iki kademeli, katı yakıtlı balistik bir füze, UGM-73 olarak adlandırılır. Bu füze; atalet güdüm tertibatlı, nükleer harp başlıklı olup, 14 değişik hedefe yönlendirilebilen 14 tane başlığı taşıyabilecek kapasiteye sahip manevra yapabilen bir aracı haizdir.

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Poseidon in Romanian
Poseidon

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poseidon

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Poseidon in Croatian
Posejdon

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Poseidon in Persian
(در افسانه‌ يونان‌) خداي‌ دريا

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(در افسانه يونان )خداى دريا

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(در افسانه‌ يونان‌ ( خداي‌ دريا

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‘‏¤¢ ‎گ¢، ( ِ‘÷ّ‏ ù÷‘¨êگ ¤¢ )

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Poseidon in Hebrew
(ש"ע) פוסידון. אל הים והסוסים היווני.

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