Moliones

[ muh-lahy-uh-neez ]
/ məˈlaɪ əˌniz /

noun Classical Mythology.

Cteatus and Eurytus, the twin sons of Molione, sometimes said to have been joined at the waist. They were fathered by Poseidon and reared by Actor.

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Origin of Moliones

So called after Molione, their mother

Words nearby Moliones

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