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Poseidon (Greek deity)

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Personal name headingPoseidon (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Bō sāi dōng (Greek deity)
Bosaidong (Greek deity)
Bosidun (Greek deity)
Pasejdon (Greek deity)
Poiséadón (Greek deity)
Poseidōnas (Greek deity)
Poseidone (Greek deity)
Poseidoni (Greek deity)
Poseidons (Greek deity)
Posejdon (Greek deity)
Poseydon (Greek deity)
Posidó (Greek deity)
Posidon (Greek deity)
Poszeidón (Greek deity)
Pozejdon (Greek deity)
Pozidono (Greek deity)
Puseidonu (Greek deity)
بوسيدون (Greek deity)
Ποσειδῶν (Greek deity)
Ποσειδώνας (Greek deity)
Пасейдон (Greek deity)
Пасэйдон (Greek deity)
Посејдон (Greek deity)
Посейдон (Greek deity)
포세이돈 (Greek deity)
פוסידון (Greek deity)
ポセイドーン (Greek deity)
波塞冬 (Greek deity)
See alsoNeptune (Roman deity)
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Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inDe Fidio, Pia. I dosmoi pilii a Poseidon, 1977.
Wikipedia, 28 January 2016 (Poseidon; Ποσειδῶν; one of the twelve Olympian deities in Greek mythology, main domain the ocean, also called the earth shaker because of his role in causing earthquakes; equivalent to Neptune in Roman mythology; other forms of name: بوسيدون ; Poseydon; Posejdon; Пасейдон; Пасэйдон; Посейдон; Posidó; Puseidonu; Ποσειδώνας; Poiséadón; 포세이돈; Poseidone; פוסידון ; Poseidoni; Posidon; Poseidons; Poszeidón; Посејдон; ポセイドーン; Pozejdon)
Merriam-Webster dictionary online, July 8, 2016 (Poseidon: the Greek god of the sea -- compare Neptune; Neptune: the Roman god of the sea -- compare Poseidon)
Oxford dictionaries online, July 8, 2016 (Poseidon. The god of the sea, water, earthquakes, and horses, son of Cronus and Rhea and brother of Zeus. He is often depicted with a trident in his hand. Roman equivalent Neptune)
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