Definition of Styx in English:

Styx

Line breaks: Styx
Pronunciation: /stɪks
 
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Greek Mythology
One of the nine rivers in the underworld, over which Charon ferried the souls of the dead.

Origin

from Greek Stux, from stugnos 'hateful, gloomy'.

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