And there's Ganymede coming up after him, and Europa behind him.
They learned of the origin of the races that inhabited Europa and Ganymede.
Orlando confessed that he was the fond lover of whom he spoke, and asked Ganymede to give him the good counsel he talked of.
For, strangely enough, none of the metallic elements was to be found on Ganymede.
Nearly two hours had passed and Tom knew that they would soon be in radar range of the Ganymede garrison.
Assisted by a couple of knaves, Ganymede went about attending to the rebel at once.
At the Caravanserai where I lodged, there was a hump-backed Ganymede, of the most hideous kind.
Ganymede was of a tenacious mettle, and of this he now afforded proof.
Like a ravished Ganymede, the sense of sight soared amazed among dazzling ecstasies of light and movement.
To this end had I bidden Ganymede follow me into the very salon.
Trojan youth whom Zeus made his cup-bearer, from Greek Ganymedes, literally "rejoicing in his virility," from ganymai "I rejoice, am glad" + medea (plural) "counsels, plans, cunning" (see Medea), but here taken by many to mean "genitals." Used figuratively of serving-boys (c.1600) and catamites (1590s).