Heracles

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See also: Héraclès

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From Ancient Greek Ἡρακλῆς (Hēraklēs), from Ἥρα (Hēra, Hera) + κλέος (kleos, glory).

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Heracles

  1. (Greek mythology): Son of Zeus and Alcmene, a celebrated hero who possessed exceptional strength. Most famous for his 12 labours performed to redeem himself after killing his family.

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