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Hercules

noun Her·cu·les \ˈhər-kyə-ˌlēz\

Definition of HERCULES

1
:  a mythical Greek hero renowned for his great strength and especially for performing 12 labors imposed on him by Hera
2
[Latin (genitive Herculis)] :  a northern constellation between Corona Borealis and Lyra

Origin of HERCULES

Latin, from Greek Hēraklēs
First Known Use: 13th century

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