noun Oce·anus \ō-ˈsē-ə-nəs\

Definition of OCEANUS

:  a Titan who rules over a great river encircling the earth in Greek mythology

Origin of OCEANUS

Latin, from Greek Ōkeanos
First Known Use: 1567


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