Cyclops

Cyclops, a name given to three distinct classes of mythological beings: (1) a set of one-eyed savage giants infesting the coasts of Sicily and preying upon human flesh; (2) a set of Titans, also one-eyed, belonging to the race of the gods, three in number, viz., Brontes, Steropes, and Arges—three great elemental powers of nature, subjected by and subject to Zeus; and (3) a people of Thrace, famed for their skill in building.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cyclopean Walls * Cymbeline
Cuthbert, St.
Cuttack
Cuvier, Georges
Cuxhaven
Cuyp, Albert
Cuzco
Cybele
Cyclades
Cyclic Poets
Cyclopean Walls
Cyclops
Cymbeline
Cynægirus
Cynewulf
Cynics
Cyprian, St.
Cyprus
Cyrenaics
Cyre`ne
Cyril, St.
Cyril of Alexandria, St.

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Cyclops in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Casaubon, Isaac
Hierocles [No. 3]
Sibthorp, John
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