Definition of Polyphemus in English:

Polyphemus

Syllabification: Pol·y·phe·mus
Pronunciation: /ˌpäləˈfēməs/
Greek Mythology
A Cyclops who trapped Odysseus and some of his companions in a cave, from which they escaped by putting out his one eye while he slept. In another story, Polyphemus loved the sea nymph Galatea, and in jealousy killed his rival Acis.

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