Common misspellings for poseidon:
- posiden (30%)
- posiedon (16%)
- posion (8%)
- poseiden (6%)
- posidon (5%)
- posieden (5%)
- posideon (4%)
- posedion (4%)
- poisedon (3%)
- poisiden (3%)
Poseidon as a boy's name is of Greek origin. Mythology: the sea god, equivalent to the Roman Neptune. He is usually depicted with a trident, with which he caused storms and earthquakes.
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Examples of usage for poseidon:
Poseidon is the sea. "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)" , Mrs. Sutherland Orr.
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