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Danaë

[ dan-uh-ee ]
/ ˈdæn əˌi /
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noun Classical Mythology.
a daughter of the king of Argos and mother, by Zeus disguised as a shower of gold, of Perseus.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Danaë

Dan·a·än [dan-ee-uhn], /ˈdæn i ən/, adjective
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Danaë
/ (ˈdæneɪˌiː) /

noun
Greek myth the mother of Perseus by Zeus, who came to her in prison as a shower of gold
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