Leucothea

Leucothea

[loo-koth-ee-uh]
noun Classical Mythology.
a sea goddess, the deified Ino, who gave Odysseus a veil as a float after a storm had destroyed his raft.
Also, Leukothea.


Origin:
< Greek: literally, the white goddess

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