Hypnos

The Greek god of sleep, father of Morpheus.

Hypnos

Hypnos was the god of sleep. Our word hypnosis comes from him.
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Hypnos

In Greek mythology, Hypnos (Greek: Ὕπνος, `sleep`) was the personification of sleep; the Roman equivalent was known as Somnus. ==Home dwelling place== Hypnos lives in a cave, whose mansion does not see the rising, nor the setting sun, nor does it see the `lightsome noon.` At the entrance were a number of poppies and other hypnotic plants...
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Hypnos

(Somnus) God of sleep.
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Hypnos

[short story] ==Synopsis== Hypnos is a first-person narrative written from the perspective of an unnamed character living in Kent and later London, England. The narrator writes that he fears sleep, and is resolved to write his story down lest it drive him further mad, regardless of what people think after reading it. The narrator, a sculpto...
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Hypnos

Greco-Roman god of sleep. Hypnos was the son of Nyx (Night) and the twin brother of Thanatos (Death). In Greek myth he is variously described as ... [1 related articles]
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Hypnos

Hypnos, Hypnus In Greek mythology, the god of sleep. The ancient Greeks invoked sleep by appealing to a god called Hypnos, from whose name the word 'hypnotism' was coined many centuries later. The link is quite appropriate, for in ancient Greece, if a person went into a deep sleep or trance situation from which it was difficult to arouse him, it w...
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Hypnos

Hypnos: The Greek and Roman god of sleep. From his name is derived the term hypnosis. Hypnos was the twin of Thanatos, the personification of death. Both Hypnos and Thanatos lived in the underworld.
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Hypnos

Hypnus, Hypnos The god of sleep in Greek mythology; identified with the Roman god, Somnus.
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Hypnos

twin brother of Thanatos and god of sleep. His three sons were the Oneiroi, senders of dreams.
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Hypnos

[n] - (Greek mythology) the Greek god of sleep
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