Πρίαπος

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Πρῐ́ᾱπος (Príāposm (genitive Πρῐᾱ́που); second declension

  1. Priapus

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Πρίαπος (Príapos), the origin of his name is unknown. The name may have originated from the Hellespont, the birthplace of his cult.

Proper noun[edit]

Πρίαπος (Príaposm

  1. (Greek mythology) Priapus, an ithyphallic fertility god; guardian of gardens and vineyards.