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Answered 2015-05-02 13:48:35

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

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


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


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


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 is one of the three Gorgons. Medusa is already her real name.



1 - Medusa is her name, not a species. She was a gorgon.


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


The name 'Medusa' would be appropriate for a type of cement, because Medusa, in Greek mythology, had the ability to turn people into stone if they looked her in the eyes. I suppose that stone is similar to cement, making it an appropriate name.


In book 11 of the Odyssey The Gorgon is mentioned, not the name of Medusa.


Medusa had no middle name.


Medusa did not have a last name.


medusa turned people into stone so yeah...


Athena the Greek goddess was a virgin goddess, she did not have a daughter named Medusa. Medusa was daughter of Keto and Phorcys or Gorgo.


Medusa was slain by Perseus according to most Greek mythologies.


The snakes Medusa had for hair did not have a name. They were just referred to as serpents and were poisonous.



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.



Medusa did not have a middle name.


The name Medusa comes from the Greek "Médousa" which meant "guardian, protector". Most names in Greek mythology are related to what the person or story was about.