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Czech

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Czech Wikipedia has an article on:
Morfeus

Wikipedia cs

Etymology

From Ancient Greek Μορφεύς (Morfeús)

Proper noun

Morfeus

  1. (Greek mythology) Morpheus, god of dreams

Danish

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Danish Wikipedia has an article on:
Morfeus

Wikipedia da

Etymology

From Ancient Greek Μορφεύς (Morfeús)

Proper noun

Morfeus

  1. (Greek mythology) Morpheus, god of dreams

Finnish

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Finnish Wikipedia has an article on:
Morfeus

Wikipedia fi

Etymology

From Ancient Greek Μορφεύς (Morfeús)

Proper noun

Morfeus

  1. (Greek mythology) Morpheus, god of dreams

Slovak

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Slovak Wikipedia has an article on:
Morfeus

Wikipedia sk

Etymology

From Ancient Greek Μορφεύς (Morfeús)

Proper noun

Morfeus

  1. (Greek mythology) Morpheus, god of dreams

Swedish

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Swedish Wikipedia has an article on:
Morfeus

Wikipedia sv

Etymology

From Ancient Greek Μορφεύς (Morfeús)

Proper noun

Morfeus

  1. (Greek mythology) Morpheus, god of dreams

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