Poseidon definition

  • noun:
    • Greek Mythology The god regarding the seas, earthquakes, and ponies, and brother of Zeus.
    • In Greek myth, among the main Olympians, bro of Zeus, and supreme lord associated with sea, sometimes viewed as a benignant promoter of calm and prosperous navigation, but more frequently as an awful god of violent storm.
    • In zoology: A genus of worms.
    • A genus of hemipterous insects of family members Scutellerid√¶.
    • A genus of crustaceans.
    • (Greek mythology) the god of this water and earthquakes in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and Hades and Hera; identified with Roman Neptune
  • proper-noun:
    • The god of water and other oceans, earthquakes and ponies.

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