Veles

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See also: veles, velés, vêlés, and vêles

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Veles m

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Caprimulgidae – brown nightjar, of much of tropical Africa.

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Veles

  1. A city in central North Macedonia.
  2. (Slavic mythology) The pagan Slavic god of the fertile earth, livestock, waters, and the underworld, often portrayed as a chimera.
    Synonym: Volos
  3. HD 75898 b, an exoplanet approximately 2.71 times the mass of Jupiter in the Stribor system, ~255 ly from Earth.

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