Thetis

A Nereid (sea spirit) who married Peleus and was the mother of Achilles.

Thetis

Thetis (s; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, tʰétis), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. When described as a Nereid in Classical myths, Thetis was the daughter of Nereus and Doris, and a granddaughter of Tethys with whom she sometim...
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Thetis

noun (Greek mythology) one of the 50 Nereids; mother of Achilles by Peleus
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Thetis

[decoy] Thetis was the name of a floating radar decoy used by German U-boats during the Second World War. The device was stored dismantled in the bow compartment as a pole about two metres long. Assembly usually took place in the U-boat`s conning tower, and could be assembled in about four minutes (FuMT 2 - Thetis IIC). Later versions could...
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Thetis

[island] Thetis (Θέτις) is a small islet off the southern coast of the Greek island of Crete in the Libyan Sea. The islet is administered from Asterousia in Heraklion regional unit. ...
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Thetis

a sea nymph, mother of Achilles, wife of Peleus, and leader of Nereids (daughter of Doris and Nereus).
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Thetis

daughter of Nereus and Doris, sea divinity and the most famous of the Nerieds; mother of Achilles whom she bathed in the river Styx in hopes to make him immortal.
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Thetis

in Greek mythology, a Nereid loved by Zeus and Poseidon. When Themis (goddess of Justice), however, revealed that Thetis was destined to bear a son ... [1 related articles]
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Thetis

In Greek mythology, the most beautiful Nereid (a sea goddess), and mother of Achilles. She dipped the baby in the ...
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Thetis

In Greek mythology, the most beautiful Nereid (a sea goddess), and mother of Achilles. She dipped the baby in the Styx, rendering him invulnerable except for the heel which she held. In Homer's Iliad she also gave Achilles armour forged by Hephaestus. Fated to have a son more powerful than his father, she was married by the g...
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Thetis

In Greek mythology, Thetis was one of the Nereids, the sea-nymphs,. She was the wife of Peleus and the mother of Achilles.
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Thetis

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Luther on 17 Apr 1852. Diameter in km: 98. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Thetis

Sea nymph. Beloved by Zeus until Prometheus revealed an ancient prophecy foretelling of Thetis' destiny to give birth to a son who would be more powerful than the child's father. Zeus then chose Peleus, a mortal who had sailed on the Argo, to be her husband instead. Their son, the famed Achilles, bore out the legitimacy of the prophecy.
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Thetis

Sea nymph. Beloved by Zeus until Prometheus revealed an ancient prophecy foretelling of Thetis' destiny to give birth to a son who would be more powerful than the child's father. Zeus then chose Peleus, a mortal who had sailed on the Argo, to be her husband instead. Their son, the famed Achilles, bore out the legitimacy of the prophecy.
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Thetis

The Thetis was a French Schneider-Laubeuf type Sirene Class submarine of 552 tons displacement surfaced launched in 1927. The Thetis was powered by two sets of 2-cycle Schneider-Carels diesel engines providing a top speed of 14 knots surfaced and electric motors providing a top speed of 7.5 knots submerged and a range of 3200 km at 10 knots on the ...
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Thetis

Thetis (thē'tis) , in Greek mythology, a nereid, mother of Achilles. She was loved by both Zeus and Poseidon, but because of a prophecy that her son would be greater than his father, the gods gave her in marriage to a mortal, Peleus. According to one legend, Thetis burned alive her first s...
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Thetis

Thetis was a nereid or sea nymph. She was the mother of Achilles
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Thetis

[n] - (Greek mythology) one of the 50 Nereids
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