Περσέας

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Greek[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /perˈseas/
  • Hyphenation: Περ‧σέ‧ας

Proper noun[edit]

Περσέας (Perséasm

  1. Greek given name.
  2. (Greek mythology) Perseus the killer of Medusa.
  3. (astronomy) Perseus the constellation between Andromeda and Auriga.

Usage notes[edit]

Περσέας (Perséas) is the standard Modern Greek form of the given name and the mythological character. Περσεύς (Perséfs), as in Ancient Greek, is more commonly used when naming the constellation.

Declension[edit]

Compare to declension of Περσεύς.