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Hyperion

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noun Hy·pe·ri·on \hī-ˈpir-ē-ən\

Definition of Hyperion

  1. :  a Titan and the father of Eos, Selene, and Helios



Origin and Etymology of hyperion

Latin, from Greek Hyperiōn


First Known Use: 1567

Rhymes with hyperion

Adlerian, Algerian, Assyrian, Chaucerian, Cimmerian, Faulknerian, Forsterian, Hesperian, Hitlerian, Hutterian, Iberian, Illyrian, Keplerian, Liberian, Mahlerian, Mousterian, Nigerian, Pierian, Shakespearean, Siberian, Skinnerian, Spencerian, Spenserian, Spenglerian, Sumerian, valerian, Valerian, Wagnerian, Weberian, Whistlerian


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