Definition of Zeus in English:

Zeus

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Pronunciation: /zjuːs
 
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Greek Mythology
The supreme god, the son of Cronus (whom he dethroned) and Rhea, and husband of Hera. Zeus was the protector and ruler of humankind, the dispenser of good and evil, and the god of weather and atmospheric phenomena (such as rain and thunder). Roman equivalent Jupiter.

Origin

Greek: related to Sanskrit dyauḥ 'sky'.

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