Category:Hippocampus (mythology)

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This category is about the mythological creature. For the seahorse genus see category:Hippocampus.
For the anatomy of the brain see category:Hippocampus (anatomy).
English: A Hippocampus is a mythological creature shared by Phoenician and Greek mythology, though the name by which it is recognized is purely Greek; it became part of Etruscan mythology. It has typically been depicted as a horse in its forepart with a coiling, scaly, fish-like hindquarter.
Internationalization
Български: Хипокамп
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Català: Hipocamp
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Deutsch: Hippokamp, Hippocamp, Hippokampos, Hydrippos
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Ελληνικά: ἵπποκαμπος
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English: Hippocamp, Hippocampus, Sea-horse, Hydrippos
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Español: Hipocampo
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Français : Hippocampe, Cheval marin
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Italiano: Ippocampo
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Latina: Hippocampus
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Nederlands: Hippokampos, Hippocampus
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日本語: ヒッポカンポス, ヒッポカンプス, ヒュドリッポス, ヒッポカンプ, シーホース
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Polski: Hippokamp
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Português: Hipocampo
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Русский: Гиппокампус, Гиппокамп
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Suomi: Hippokamppi
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Svenska: Hippokampos
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ไทย: ฮิปโปแคมปัส
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Українська: Гіпока́мп
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Subcategories

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