noun Per·seus \ˈpər-ˌsüs, -sē-əs\

Definition of PERSEUS

:  a son of Zeus and Danaë and slayer of Medusa
[Latin (genitive Persei), from Greek] :  a northern constellation between Taurus and Cassiopeia

Origin of PERSEUS

Latin, from Greek
First Known Use: 14th century


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