Sea goddess

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Sea´ god´dess

1.A goddess supposed to live in or reign over the sea, or some part of the sea.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The book "Sea Goddess," subtitled "Love, Fishing, The Blue Pacific," was released in Kindle format on Amazon, as ASIN: B07KVMYKJ5.
The sea goddess Ran smiles with white teeth as his primitive ark sinks in the cold, raging sea.
This southern city, which once exported deer skins, salt and sugar but now makes semiconductors and solar panels, is home to Taiwan's first temples to the Chinese sage Confucius and the sea goddess Matsu.
The temple is dedicated to Matsu (Mazu), the Chinese sea goddess and one of the most important deities in the island nation.
The Manila Police District-Traffic Enforcement Unit (MPD-TEU) will be implementing the 'stop-and-go' scheme during the two-day procession of the image of Mazu, a Chinese sea goddess.
Mazu is named after a Chinese Sea goddess, who is the patron of seafarers, fishermen and sailors and there are said to be over 1,500 temples in her name.
The city hosts the second biggest carnival in Brazil, with street parties lasting two weeks, and there's also a celebration of the sea goddess Yemanja.
"Acis y Galatea," a 1708 Baroque Zarzuela by Antonio de L'teres, is based on the mythological tale of Acis, a noble shepherd and Galatea, a sea goddess.
In Fighting the Waves, for instance, the cloak for the sea goddess Fand (performed by de Valois), with its dark material draping the pelvis and legs to emulate bone structure, connotes "a skeletal harbinger of death" that comments on the role "as both mesmeric lure and threat" (57).