Translation of Cyclops in Spanish:

Cyclops

Cíclope, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsaɪˌklɑps//ˈsʌɪklɒps/

noun

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    Cíclope
    • First came hundred handed beasts, then the Cyclopes and their last children, the Titans.
    • Laertes has his vineyard plot, no more than a small holding, and even the Cyclopes produce an admittedly strife-stirring kind of wine from wild vines.
    • When the fiery stake sizzled in the giant's eye and he bellowed out his pain, his fellow Cyclopes ran to his aid, demanding who had caused his anguish.
    • In the The Odyssey, he describes the Cyclops as a band of giant, one-eyed, man-eating shepherds.
    • The blinded Cyclops at the cave exit feels the emerging animals, under whose bellies Odysseus and his followers are clinging.
    • Mythic opponents are often represented with unusual numbers of body parts; the Irish Fomoire had only one leg and one arm, the Greek Cyclops one eye.
    • Polyphemus is one of the Cyclopes, and one of the only creatures born before the Titans, who was not killed by the Olympians.
    • The one-eyed monster Cyclops imprisons them in his cave, while the beautiful seductress Circe turns Ulysses' men into swine.
    • They left Andromache and stopped on the island of the Cyclopes, trying to avoid Scylla and Charybdis.
    • The one-eyed, savage giant called Cyclops remained a mystery, submerged in the myths and imagery of men at sea and women who wait for them, told through story and song.