Translation of Gorgon in Spanish:

Gorgon

gorgona, n.

(gorgon)

Pronunciation: /ˈɡɔːɡ(ə)n//ˈɡɔrɡən/

noun

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    Mythology
    gorgona feminine
    • The gorgons were three sisters, only one of whom, Medusa, was mortal.
    • Athena invented the flute in order to imitate the cries of gorgons after the death of Medusa.
    • It was always my favorite, to read about Cyclopes, gorgons, heroes, and goddesses.
    • He goes on a quest to kill the gorgon Medusa and is helped by Hermes and Aphrodite.
    • Soon the holy image of the gorgon Medusa as an ancient symbol of female power and wisdom became totally unacceptable.
    • The husky voice, the delivery, the winking humor, and the sly references to acting conventions gone by all suggested a bona-fide artiste, not just a painted gorgon.
    • As in Dickens, these are gorgons you love to hate: You laugh at how they appall you.
    • Under the influence of all sorts of things, including real-life doctor drugs, I turned into a voracious drooling gorgon.
    • In fact, she was a wonderful contrast to some of the archive gorgons we had encountered over the years in military and political archives.
    • She is a blonde gorgon just back from the hairdresser, and with a powerful voice to boot.
    • The words just slipped out; he certainly didn't mean to be a smart-ass - not when she was in this mood - but she gave him the gorgon's glare anyway.
    • Politically loathsome as the character may be, the actress found herself inventing dialogue to humanise the gorgon.
    • In this case, since we were helping an office full of nice people, it was inevitable that we would run into a terrifying, multiheaded gorgon sooner or later.
    • I drink expensive drinks, eat at chi-chi over-priced LES restaurants, shop like a gorgon from hell on a day-pass, and hell, I SMOKE.
    • However, because everyone else in the show talks about her like some terrifying gorgon that needs to be beheaded, Niles' invisible ex-wife casts a disproportional shadow over the entire series.
    • 8pm - mother adopts persona of drunken gorgon from hell.
    • I bobbed my head around like I was a king pin ‘Your not a girl you're a gorgon.’
  • 2

    (fierce woman)
    arpía feminine