answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-03-23 19:09:04
2011-03-23 19:09:04

It's not. That's how you say Medusa in Latin.

Medusa however came from the Greek.

001
🦃
0
🤨
0
😮
0
😂
0

Related Questions


Medusa's roman name was Medusa. Her name was the same, but in latin, it was rondanini.


Rondanini Pietà was created in 1564.


Maria Laura Rondanini was born on October 1, 1965, in Naples, Italy.


A sea turtle ofcourse Well there are different turtles out there that that eat medusa jellyfish.....


No, Rhea was not Medusa. Rhea was a Titan. Medusa was a Gorgon.



Poseidon was Medusa's boyfriend and they were hanging out in Athena's temple. Then Athena turned Medusa into Medusa.


Medusa was not a goddess; she was killed by the hero Perseus. Medusa was a gorgon.


Medusa means "queen" or "guardian".


No, Medusa is not a constellation.


I don't think she was asleep, but there may be different versions of the myth.


Medusa was called Medusa... She had two sisters; Euryale and Stheno. They were the three Gorgons. Euryale and Stheno were immortal. Medusa was not.


Medusa was always a goddess called Medusa, if she was a goddess Athena only cursed her.


medusa and her gorgon sisters were nymphs posiedon was "dating" medusa athena caught them in her temple and turned medusa and her sisters into gorgons


Medusa and her sisters were Gorgons.


Μέδουσα (Medusa).


what did medusa like to see


Poseidon was lover of Medusa.


The Medusa was created in 2001.


A Medusa is a type of jellyfish


No he was not mad because he was turned to stone when he stared at Medusa. Then was alive again and Made love to Medusa and had 500000 children then He dumped Medusa for another god because Medusa was UGLY


Aphrodite turned Medusa into an ugly beast we people said Medusa was prettier than her


Medusa had an affair with the god Poseidon.


Medusa is said only to have loved Poseidon.


Medusa was married but really not known to who!



Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.