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Graeae

[ gree-ee ]
/ ˈgri i /
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plural noun Classical Mythology.

three old sea goddesses who had but one eye and one tooth among them and were the protectors of their sisters the Gorgons.

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Also Graiae.
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British Dictionary definitions for Graeae

Graeae

Graiae

/ (ˈɡriːiː) /

pl n

Greek myth three aged sea deities, having only one eye and one tooth among them, guardians of their sisters, the Gorgons
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