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See also: Polyphème
- (rare) Polyphemus.
- 1928 February, H[oward] P[hillips] Lovecraft, “The Call of Cthulhu”, in Farnsworth Wright, editor, Weird Tales: A Magazine of the Bizarre and Unusual, volume 11, number 2, Indianapolis, Ind.: Popular Fiction Pub. Co., OCLC 55045234, pages 159–178 and 287:
- Slowly, amidst the distorted horrors of that indescribable scene, she began to churn the lethal waters; whilst on the masonry of that charnel shore that was not of earth the titan Thing from the stars slavered and gibbered like Polypheme cursing the fleeing ship of Odysseus.
- (Classical) IPA(key): /po.lyˈpʰeː.me/, [pɔlʲʏˈpʰeːmɛ]
- (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /po.liˈfe.me/, [poliˈfɛːme]