Cyclops: A common freshwater crustacean. Some species of Cyclops serve as hosts for parasites such as the guinea worm, the cause of dracunculiasis (guinea worm disease).
The Cyclops were one-eyed giants of Greek mythology, a mythical race of lawless giant shepherds who lived in Sicily. They had a single large round eye in the center of the forehead.
The word "cyclops" itself comes from the Greek "kyklos" (circle) + "ops" (eye). Cyclopia is a congenital malformation (birth defect) in which there is only one eye located just above the customary location of the nose.
n. Greek Mythology , pl. , CyÂ·cloÂ·pes ( sÄ«-klÅ ' pÄ“z ). Any of the three one-eyed Titans who forged thunderbolts for Zeus. Any of a race of one-eyed giants ...
The Cyclops were represented as one-eyed giants in Greek mythology.
Universe Marvel Universe. Real Name Scott Summers Aliases "Slim"; formerly Slym Dayspring, Mutate #007, Erik the Red Identity Publicly known Citizenship
Cyclops is a mutant with the ability to project powerful concussive blasts from his eyes. A brilliant tactician, and long-time deputy leader of the X-Men, Cyclops ...
Cyclops has consistently been the leader in bringing newly-engineered lighting instruments to professional and outdoor markets.