Glaucus

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Γλαῦκος ‎(Glaûkos), from γλαυκός ‎(glaukós, literally greyish-blue, bluish-green, glimmering).

Proper noun[edit]

Glaucus

  1. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, a Greek prophetic sea-god, born mortal and turned immortal upon eating a magical herb. It was believed that he commonly came to the rescue of sailors and fishermen in storms, having once been one himself.
  2. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, a mythical Lycian soldier and captain in the Trojan War.
  3. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, son of Sisyphus, and a mythical Corinthian king.
  4. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, son of king Minos.
  5. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, one of the sons of Priam.
  6. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, a son of Aepytus.
  7. (Greek mythology) Glaucus, one of the twelve younger Panes
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