Cronus

Cronus

[kroh-nuhs]
noun Classical Mythology.
a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaea, who was dethroned by his son Zeus.
Compare Saturn.
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Cronus, Cronos or Kronos (ˈkrəʊnəs, ˈkrəʊnɒs)
 
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Greek myth Roman counterpart: Saturn a Titan, son of Uranus (sky) and Gaea (earth), who ruled the world until his son Zeus dethroned him
 
Cronos, Cronos or Kronos
 
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Kronos, Cronos or Kronos
 
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Cronus
from Gk. Kronos, youngest of the first generation of Titans, and their leader; of uncertain origin, but probably not related to Chronos, personification of time.
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