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In Greek mythology, Thoosa (//, Greek: Θόωσα, romanized: Thóōsa), also spelled Thoösa, was, according to Homer, the nymph daughter of the primordial sea god Phorcys, and the mother, by Poseidon, of the Cyclops Polyphemus.
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