[poh-sahyd-n, puh-] /poʊˈsaɪd n, pə-/
the ancient Greek god of the sea, with the power to cause earthquakes, identified by the Romans with Neptune.
Military. a 34-foot (10-meter), submarine-launched U.S. ballistic missile with up to 10 warheads and a range of 2800 miles (4502 km).
(Greek myth) the god of the sea and of earthquakes; brother of Zeus, Hades, and Hera. He is generally depicted in art wielding a trident Roman counterpart Neptune
a US submarine-launched ballistic missile
Greek god of the sea and earthquakes, Greek Poseidon (Doric Poteidan), of uncertain origin.
The Greek name for Neptune, the god in classical mythology who ruled the sea.
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