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Roman goddess of earth and fertility
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Instance ofgoddess,
fertility deity,
Roman deity,
earth deity
Name in native languageOps
Said to be the same asRhea, Cybele, Terra
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Opi (it); Ops (fr); Ops (eu); Ops (cs); Οπς (el); Ops (ca); Опс (uk); Ops (de); Opa (sr-el); Опс (be); Опа (sr-ec); Опс (bg); Opė (lt); Ops (mitologia) (pt); オプス (ja); 옵스 (ko); Ops (es); Ops (sv); Ops (pl); אופס (he); Ops (la); Опа (ru); Ops (nl); 奥普斯 (zh); Ops (jumalatar) (fi); Ops (en); Опа (sr); Ops (br); Ops (bs) divinità romana della terra e della fertilità (it); déesse de la terre et de la fertilité dans la mythologie romaine (fr); Gottheit (de); Roman goddess of earth and fertility (en) Opis, Ope (es); Опс (ru); Opime, Opimes, Dépouilles opimes (fr); 오프스 (ko); Opis (en); Ops Consivia (de); Ops (el); Ops (sr)

Not to be confused with the English language interjection oops or to informally refer to operations.

English: Ops is a fertility deity and earth-goddess in Roman mythology of Sabine origin. She is a mother of Jupiter and his wife Juno.
Français : Ops est la déesse romaine de l'abondance.
Hrvatski: Ops je božica, majka Jupitera, Gromovnika.


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