[ ahy-noh, ee-noh ]
/ ˈaɪ noʊ, ˈi noʊ /
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noun Classical Mythology.
a sea goddess who rescued Odysseus from drowning by giving him a magic veil.
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How to use Ino in a sentence
We have had some nervous moments ... but there is no going back ino.Camilla Chuckles at Invictus Games Launch|Tom Sykes|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Palæmon and his mother Ino, together with the fisherman Glaucus, are reckoned among the sea deities.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
They were not born of the ocean-nymphs or any water-god, but were once mortals, named Ino and Melicertes.
This was the same Ino who cared so tenderly for the infant Bacchus; but to her stepchildren she was very cruel.
Ino Leucothea, Ino the white Goddess, beholds him with pity in his extremity—she was once mortal herself but now is divine.
At any rate Ino is the calming power opposed to angry Neptune, and she works upon both the waters and the man.