triton

  1. (Greek mythology) a sea god; son of Poseidon
  2. tropical marine gastropods having beautifully colored spiral shells
  3. small usually bright-colored semiaquatic salamanders of North America and Europe and North Asia

Triton

Triton is slang for a Norton motorbike fitted with an engine taken from a Triumph motorbike replacing the original Norton engine.
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Triton

Triton was a sea god. He was the son of Poseidon and he acted as his herald.
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Triton

[collection] Triton is a collection of fantasy short stories by author L. Ron Hubbard. It was first published in 1949 by Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. in an edition of 1,200 copies. The title novella first appeared in the April 1940 issue of the magazine Unknown under the title `The Indigestible Triton` and under Hubbard`s pseudonym `Ren...
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[steamboat] The steamboat Triton was a vessel that operated on Lake Washington in the first part of the 20th Century. ==Construction == Triton was built in 1909 at the Anderson shipyard on the eastern shore of Lake Washington at Houghton. She was 78 feet long and rated at 49 tons. Triton was built by Captain John Anderson to join his fleet ...
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The Triton was a Danish B Class submarine of 173 tons displacement launched in 1915. The Triton had a top speed of 13 knots surfaced, 6.5 knots submersed and carried a complement of 14. She was armed with one 6-pdr anti-aircraft gun and two 18-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and one 18-inch torpedo tube in the stern.
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triton

[n] - (Greek mythology) a sea god 2. [n] - tropical marine gastropods having beautifully colored spiral shells
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Triton

Satellite of the planet Neptune. See TABLE 10. NEPTUNE - SATELLITE DATA
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Triton

Nucleus of a tritium atom. See also: Tritium.
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Triton

In Greek mythology, a merman sea god with the lower body of a dolphin; the son of Poseidon and the sea goddess Amphitrite. Traditionally, he is shown blowing on a conch shell to raise...
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<radiobiology> The nucleus of a tritium atom, tritium ion. ... See: tritium. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Triton

noun the largest moon of Neptune
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Triton

• (n.) Any one of numerous species of aquatic salamanders. The common European species are Hemisalamandra cristata, Molge palmata, and M. alpestris, a red-bellied species common in Switzerland. The most common species of the United States is Diemyctylus viridescens. See Illust. under Salamander. • (n.) A fabled sea demigod, the son of Nep...
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Triton

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) ...the navy`s preference for the new large, angle-deck nuclear aircraft carriers and for ballistic missile submarines relegated sea-launched cruise ...
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(from the article `Western sculpture`) ...Charity, Truth, Justice, and Wisdom weep disconsolately while Death, a skeleton, raises the great draperies of polychrome and gold that veil a ... ...also designed a revolutionary series of small tomb memorials, of which the most impressive is that of Maria Raggi (1643). But his fountains are .....
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Triton

in Greek mythology, a merman, demigod of the sea; he was the son of the sea god, Poseidon, and his wife, Amphitrite. According to the Greek poet ...
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largest of Neptune`s moons, whose unusual orbital characteristics suggest that it formed elsewhere in the solar system and was later captured by ... [3 related articles]
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Triton

U.S. nuclear-powered submarine that was the first vessel to circumnavigate the globe underwater. At the time of its launch in August 1958, the ...
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triton

nucleus of the heaviest hydrogen isotope, tritium, or hydrogen-3. Tritons, which consist of one proton and two neutrons, result from certain nuclear ... [1 related articles]
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Triton

Triton A minor sea god of Greek mythology who had the head and upper body of a man and a dolphin's tail; son of Poseidon and Amphitrite. There is no evidence that this god's name is related to the prefix trito- trit-; however, it might have come from this element. Triton, as a Greek god, was the messenger of the deep. He is usually represented as ...
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atomic nucleus of the hydrogen isotope with mass number 3 NOTE - Hydrogen isotope with mass number 3 is called tritium.
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triton

the nucleus of tritium, which is the hydrogen isotope of mass number 3
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Global color mosaic of Triton, taken in 1989 by Voyager 2. The pinkish deposits constitute a vast south polar cap believed to contain methane ice, which would have reacted under sunlight to form pink or red compounds. The dark streaks overlying these pink ices are believed to be an icy and perhaps c...
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Triton

Triton (trīt'un) , in astronomy, innermost and largest of the eight known moons, or natural satellites, of Neptune.
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Triton

Triton, in Greek mythology, son of Poseidon. He was a creature of the sea, the upper half of his body being human, the lower fishlike. Later legends speak of many Tritons, sometimes described as riding over the sea on horses. Tritons characteristically blew trumpets of conch shells.
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