The second, Henry Waterhouse, had been fifth lieutenant on the Bellerophon.
In a distant land was a brave young soldier named Bellerophon.
That Bellerophon, also an olid, is also , therefore himself a descendant of Jupiter.
Bellerophon held up the bridle and for the first time Pegasus was caught.
For nine days there was feasting, and Bellerophon won everyone's heart by his wit and grace.
These foreign-office documents are but Bellerophon letters,—born to betray.
The colossal statue of Bellerophon, in bronze, which was broken down, and cast into the furnace.
Bellerophon now presented to him the letter intrusted to him by Prœtus.
That night they lay down and slept together, with Bellerophon's arm about the neck of Pegasus, not as a caution, but for kindness.
None that were poor and weak and wretched feared the might of Bellerophon.
Greek hero, from Latin form of Greek Bellerophontes, probably literally "killer of the demon Bellerus," from -phontes "killer of."