American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology A Titan who ruled the universe until dethroned by his son Zeus.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Kronos.
- n. (Greek mythology) the supreme god until Zeus dethroned him; son of Uranus and Gaea in ancient Greek mythology; identified with Roman Saturn
- Ancient Greek Κρόνος, possibly from the Ancient Greek κραίνω (krainō, "to rule or command"). (Wiktionary)
“Gathered in the library to give out the stylish 2009-10 yearbooks, they were instead laughing over a garish, canary-yellow copy of the 1975 "Cronus" I had plucked from the metazoan section of the reference shelf.”
“Before people begin thinking "Are you taking Greek mythology seriously?" take note that Poseidon was son of Cronus, which is a variant of Cethimas/Kittim (Cronus/Kronos,”
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“Although these fearful goddesses were likely born as personifications of curses placed on the guilty, legend has it that they emerged from drops of blood that was shed when the mighty Titan Cronus used a jagged sickle to castrate Uranus, his father.”
“When Cronus came to power he imprisoned the Cyclopes in Tartarus.”
“But things turn serious fast enough as everyone assaults Cronus 'mothership in an attempt to bring him down.”
“SG-1 certainly seems to have System Lords 'number as they, via robo-Teal'c, kill of Cronus and seem to take command of the mothership.”
“After a bit of discussion, it's decided SG-1 will return to Juna to help free the people from Cronus.”
“And if the new Cronus CX carbon fiber cyclocross bike is any indication of things to come, the Gary Fisher Collection will not suffer one iota.”
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