Definition of Poseidon in English:

Poseidon

Syllabification: Po·sei·don
Pronunciation: /pəˈsīdn
 
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Greek Mythology
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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