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There is no Roman meaning to Medusa's name, her name in Greek means "queen".

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Medusa is the Latin/Roman equivalent to the Greek Medousa.


No, Medusa is of Greek origin.


Medusa was a Greek mythological figure which featured in the legend of Perseus. There is also a "Roman" Medusa. Medusa also featured in Ovid's Metamorphoses. He added more stories about what happened after Perseus slayed her.


Medusa means "queen" or "guardian".


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



Romans used the name Medusa, Greeks used Medousa or Medouse: a name meaning "guardian" or "queen".


Medusa is not a Latin name; it is Greek and it's meaning is "queen" or "guardian".


There are Greek and Roman myths and legends. Have you ever heard of Hercuels, Medusa, Jupiter, Zeus.


There is Medusa, and there are more but I'm still looking them up.


I assume you mean Hercules/Heracles. Hercules didn't kill Medusa---Perseus did. Perseus killed Medusa by looking into a mirror to avoid Medusa's gaze and killed her.


Medusa doesn't mean anything she is a woman who has snakes as hair and is said to curse any one who looks into her eyes by turning them into stone.Medusa's name in Greek means guardian or protectress. But when someone calls another person a medusa, that is an insult similar to calling someone an evil person.Another answerRobert Graves, in the Greek Myths, gives the etymology of Medusa to mean cunning.



Medusa was beheaded by the hero Perseus, who was sent to fetch her head by King Polydectes of Seriphus as a gift. Since Medusa lived in the mythology of the Greeks, we can assume that it was the place of her death.her death is unknown.medusa was an mean


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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.


Athena was angry because she caught Poseidon and his "girlfriend" Medusa in her temple; an offense of extreme disrespect. She then punished Medusa and her sisters by making them ugly and mean.


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No, Medusa is not a constellation.


If you mean Medusa - she was a mythical woman who had snakes on her head instead of hair.


She was a beutiful woman who was cursed and turned into a Gorgon.


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



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