These are the eldest daughters that sprang from Ocean and Tethys; but there are many besides.
There were no consequences of the Tethys' visit except that card.
Thetis, one of the sea deities, was daughter of Nereus and Doris and is often confounded with Tethys, her grandmother.
Tethys, who is waiting to receive me, often trembles for me lest I should fall headlong.
Between these land masses lay a great Mediterranean sea—the “Tethys” of Suess.
Tethys is nothing more than the name of a spring—to diattomenon kai ethoumenon.
They were the shadows of Mimas, Enceladus, and Tethys, the three inner satellites.
During the whole of which vast period Kashmir was covered with the waters of the Tethys.
Tethys shall disclose new worlds, and Thule will no longer be the most remote of countries.
I had seen the long green locks, the eyes of azure, and the glossy neck—it was Tethys, the queen of the sea-nymphs.
geologists' name for the sea that anciently lay between Eurasia and Africa-Arabia, 1893, from the name of a Greek sea goddess, sister and consort of Oceanus.