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Per·se·us

 (pûr′sē-əs, -syo͞os′)
n.
1. Greek Mythology The son of Danaë and Zeus and husband of Andromeda who killed the Gorgon Medusa.
2. A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Andromeda and Auriga.

[Latin, from Greek.]
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Perseus

(ˈpɜːsɪəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a son of Zeus and Danaë, who with Athena's help slew the Gorgon Medusa and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster

Perseus

(ˈpɜːsɪəs)
n, Latin genitive Persei (ˈpɜːsɪˌaɪ)
(Celestial Objects) a conspicuous constellation in the N hemisphere lying between Auriga and Cassiopeia and crossed by the Milky Way. It contains the eclipsing binary, Algol, and a rich cluster of galaxies
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Per•se•us

(ˈpɜr si əs, -syus)

n. gen. -se•i (-siˌaɪ) for 2.
1. a hero, the son of Zeus and Danaë, who slew the Gorgon Medusa and afterward saved Andromeda from a sea monster.
2. a northern constellation between Cassiopeia and Taurus containing the variable star Algol.
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Per·se·us

(pûr′sē-əs)
A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Andromeda and Auriga.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Perseus - (Greek mythology) the son of Zeus who slew Medusa (with the help of Athena and Hermes) and rescued Andromeda from a sea monsterPerseus - (Greek mythology) the son of Zeus who slew Medusa (with the help of Athena and Hermes) and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
2.Perseus - a conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere; between Auriga and Cassiopeia and crossed by the Milky Way
Algol - the second brightest star in Perseus; the first known eclipsing binary
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Translations

Perseus

[ˈpɜːsjuːs] NPerseo m
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Perseus

[ˈpɜːsjuːs] nPerseo
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A novel technology was born when the initial idea of a personalized ultrasound device (PersUS) used like a physician's generic stethoscope was realized [5, 6], a paradigm shift that now supports real point-of-care clinical pathway concepts.
Fran was a Mason and was a member of the Rufus Putnam Lodge and a past patron of the Persus Putnam Order of the Eastern Star.
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False Prophets: The Gurus Who Created Modern Management and Why Their Ideas are Bad for Business, By James Hoopes, Persus Publishing, 2003.
He was also a member of the Melha Temple in Springfield, past Commander of the Worcester Commandry and Knights Templar, and past Worthy Patron of Persus Putnam Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.