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Deucalion

noun Deu·ca·lion \d(y)ü-ˈkāl-yən\

Definition of DEUCALION

:  a survivor with his wife Pyrrha of a great flood by which Zeus destroys the rest of the human race

Origin of DEUCALION

Latin, from Greek Deukaliōn
First Known Use: 1565

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