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Mythological Baby Names for Boys
Adonis was a legendary handsome youth who was loved by Persephone and Aphrodite.
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Ajax the Great was a key warrior in the battles that take place in the epic
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Amon was the god of Thebes; he later became Amon-Re (once he joined with the Egyptian sun god) to become king of the gods.
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Angus is a god of love and youth.
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Anubis was an Egyptian jackal god associated with mummification.
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Apollo was a Greek god associated with music and poetic inspiration. He was also the god of light.
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Ares was the Greek god of war.
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Atlas was a Greek god who was forced to hold the heavens on his shoulders.
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Balder was the Norse god of the summer sun.
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A hero from Greek mythology, Castor was the twin of Pollux, the mortal of the pair. They are the twins of the constellation Gemini.
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Dionysus was the Greek god of wine who loosens inhibitions. He was also known as Bacchus.
Dylan was a Gaelic and Welsh mythological sea god.
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Fionn mac Cumhaill, a hunter and warrior, was a hero from Irish mythology.
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Hector was a Trojan warrior killed by Achilles.
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Hermes was the god of travel.
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Loki was a mischievous Norse god.
Mars was the Roman god of war.
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Odin was the supreme Norse god, god of victory and the dead.
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The hero of Homer's
Odysseus was a great and cunning warrior who had to fight many battles to return to his home and family.
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Osiris was the god of the underworld from Egyptian mythology.
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