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Protogenia

[ proh-tuh-juh-nahy-uh ]
/ ˌproʊ tə dʒəˈnaɪ ə /
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noun Classical Mythology.

the first woman born after the great flood of Zeus, daughter of Deucalion and Pyrrha.

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Also Pro·to·ge·ne·a [proh-tuh-juh-nee-uh]. /ˌproʊ tə dʒəˈni ə/.
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How to use Protogenia in a sentence

  • Now Protogenia was the mother of Endymion, while Asterodia was his wife; and so far the names were transparent.

    Moon Lore|Timothy Harley
  • Here, besides these two names, we have the names Protogenia and Asterodia.

    Moon Lore|Timothy Harley
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