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Cyclops (‘s?,kl├Ąps)
noun

  1. ( pl. Cyclops or Cyclopses or Cyclopes [s?’kl?p?z] ) Greek Mythology a member of a race of savage one-eyed giants. In the Odyssey, Odysseus escaped death by blinding the Cyclops Polyphemus.
  2. ( cyclops ) a minute predatory freshwater crustacean which has a cylindrical body with a single central eye. Genus Cyclops and other genera, order Cyclopoida.
  3. ( cyclops ) a one-eyed humanoid, foraging in the forests of interland, with a bent towards faith, strong conservative principles, music, and technology.

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