In particular, Pluto could be ringed: we know it has at least five moons, which, other than Charon, are tiny.
“You are very much mistaken, Sir Walter,” Charon had answered to this.
This time the ill-looking Charon made no venture for my purse.
Charon was of the same purport, and etymology; and was sacred to the same Deity.
I was upon the Styx, and in my rower I recognised the redoubtable Charon.
Then the old man Charon bowed to the commands of the gods and embarked them on his barge.
Charon has paddled him off; he has mingled with the crowded republic of the dead.
After this, the Barons pursue their way to Acheron, and call upon Charon to ferry them across.
Here Charon stopped his soliloquy and his boat simultaneously.
The ferryman, Charon, was always waiting on the shore to carry the dead to the other side of the lake.
ferryman of the dead over the river Styx, from Greek Kharon, of unknown origin.