Examples from the Web for poseidon
The “weapon”--a cone-shaped object with winglets--is launched on top of a repurposed Poseidon nuclear missile.
Poseidon (Neptune) was naturally regarded as the chief patron and tutelary deity of the seafaring Greeks.Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art|John Vinycomb
No answer came from Poseidon, but the god of the sea heard his son's prayer.
An Isthmian victor suspends his bit, bridle, spurs, and whip to Poseidon.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
British Dictionary definitions for poseidon
Word Origin and History for poseidon
Greek god of the sea and earthquakes, Greek Poseidon (Doric Poteidan), of uncertain origin.