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Hercules definition

  • noun:
    • Greek & Roman Mythology The son of Zeus and Alcmene, a hero of extraordinary energy whom won immortality by performing 12 labors demanded because of the Argive king Eurystheus.
    • A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Lyra and Corona Borealis.
    • A hero, fabled to have been the son of Jupiter and Alcmena, and celebrated for great strength, esp. for the accomplishment of his twelve great tasks or “labors.”
    • A constellation into the north hemisphere, near Lyra.
    • In Greek and Roman mythology, a mighty hero, beginning in Greek legend, but followed by the Romans, and worshiped while the god of physical strength, Courage, and related attributes.
    • one of several old constellations, between Lyra and Corona Borealis, representing a person upon one leg, along with his mind toward the south, and with uplifted arms.
    • a kind of drop-hammer. Begin to see the extract.
    • just like Hercules-beetle.
    • (ancient mythology) a hero noted for his strength; performed 12 enormous labors to achieve immortality
    • a big constellation into the northern hemisphere between Lyra and Corona Borealis
  • proper-noun:
    • boy of Jupiter and Alcmene, a celebrated hero which possessed exemplary strength. Most famous for his 12 labors done to redeem himself after killing his family.
    • A summer constellation of this northern sky, said to look like the mythical hero. It lies amongst the constellations Lyra and Corona Borealis.
    • A crater in the first quadrant regarding moon.
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