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Medusanoun

A jellyfish; specifically (zoology), a non-polyp form of individual cnidarians, consisting of a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles.

Perseusnoun

A Grecian legendary hero, son of Jupiter and Danaë, who slew the Gorgon Medusa.

Medusanoun

The Gorgon; or one of the Gorgons whose hair was changed into serpents, after which all who looked upon her were turned into stone.

Perseusnoun

A consellation of the northern hemisphere, near Taurus and Cassiopea. It contains a star cluster visible to the naked eye as a nebula.

Medusanoun

Any free swimming acaleph; a jellyfish.

Perseusnoun

(Greek mythology) the son of Zeus who slew Medusa (with the help of Athena and Hermes) and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster

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Medusanoun

(Greek mythology) a woman transformed into a Gorgon by Athena; she was slain by Perseus

Perseusnoun

a conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere; between Auriga and Cassiopeia and crossed by the Milky Way

Medusanoun

any of numerous usually marine and free-swimming coelenterates that constitute the sexually reproductive forms of hydrozoans and scyphozoans

Perseus

In Greek mythology, Perseus (; Greek: Περσεύς) is the legendary founder of Mycenae and of the Perseid dynasty. He was, alongside Cadmus and Bellerophon, the greatest Greek hero and slayer of monsters before the days of Heracles.

Medusanoun

one of two forms that coelenterates take: is the free-swimming sexual stage in the life cycle of a coelenterate and has a gelatinous umbrella-shaped body and tentacles

Medusa

In Greek mythology, Medusa (; Ancient Greek: Μέδουσα ) also called Gorgo, was one of the three monstrous Gorgons, generally described as winged human females with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who gazed into her eyes would turn to stone.

‘guardian, protectress’;

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