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a deity that personifies the sea and is usually believed to live in or to control the sea

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Join Triton, son of the sea god Poseidon, as he romances a powerful sea captain and animal rescue worker.
It was his clever idea to combine two Shakespeare plots: The quartet of lovers from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" get shipwrecked on Prospero's island from "The Tempest;" a major outbreak of mistaken identity ensues, and it takes all manner of magic spells - not to mention intervention by the sea god Neptune - to straighten things out again.
Another popular attraction in the town is the House of Manannan where you can meet the island's mythical sea god.
Portraying archetypes from unfamiliar parables and allegories--the cabin boy, the sea god, the widow, the sideshow freak--the sepia-toned images distinctly resemble daguerreotypes: Most of the figures pose in a manner that suggests stillness (rather than frozen movement), and the prints have odd unfocused areas and various flecks and scratches.
Other stories say that he is the son of the sea god Poseidon, and that he had incredible strength and beauty and excelled at hunting wild beasts, hence his title of "Hunter.
The mighty sea god, outfitted with a manful conch-shell codpiece, summons visions of nautical prowess.
He is, indeed, a demigod: son of the sea god Poseidon and a mortal woman.
Percy discovers his real father is the sea god Poseidon (Kevin McKidd).
Throughout his life, Stockton's actions and beliefs were varied and everchanging, like the shape-shifting of the sea god Proteus.
Folklore talks of Manannan, a mythical Celtic sea god who could magic up a cloak of fog to hide the island from marauding invaders.
Her "Fleet of Hope" sees the sea god Poseidon as the real god to fear, and Saliers, the daughter of a librarian, imagines herself on the shoreline with a "book in my hand.
The street's focal point is the Neptune Fountain, a bronze statue of the sea god.
Poseidon, the sea god, fanatically seeks revenge until Odysseus is the lone survivor when he gets back home to Ithaca.
On the Pacific Coast of California, Nereus Pharmaceuticals, aptly named after a prophetic Greek sea god, is leading the push for drug discovery from micro-organisms harvested from the oceans.
Idomeneo, said to be Mozart's first major opera, tells the tale of Cretan King Idomeneo who, fearing for his safety during a sea storm, promises sea god Neptune he will sacrifice the first person he meets if he returns alive.