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Aegeus (proper noun)
1.In Greek mythology, a king of Athens and the father of Theseus: Believing his son to be dead, Aegeus threw himself into the Aegean sea (said to have been named Aegean after him).
2. Etymology: From Ancient Greek, possibly derived from aig-, the stem of aix, "goat".

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