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[ahy-noh, ee-noh]
noun Classical Mythology.
  1. a sea goddess who rescued Odysseus from drowning by giving him a magic veil.
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Historical Examples of ino

  • Odysseus hesitated to follow Ino's advice, fearing some treachery.

    Odysseus, the Hero of Ithaca


  • Then Ino, the daughter of Cadmus, saw him and took pity on him.

  • Ino destroyed herself, and was changed by Neptune into a sea-goddess.

  • The next day the Ino herself had what looked like a narrow escape.

    Lords of the World

    Alfred John Church

  • They've leave to see The midnight toward with their fellow crew On the Ino.