Ixion

Ixion, the king of the Lapithæ (q.v.), who being admitted to heaven attempted to do violence to Hera, and whom Zeus deluded to embrace a phantom image of her instead, whereby he became the father of the Centaurs, and whom Zeus thereafter punished by fastening him hands and feet to an eternally revolving wheel in hell.

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

Ivry * Izalio
Ivan III.
Ivan IV.
Ivanhoe
Ivanova
Ivanovitch, Ivan
Ives, St.
Iviza
Ivory Coast
Ivory Gate
Ivry
Ixion
Izalio
Jabalpur
Jack
Jackaroo
Jackdaw of Rheims
Jackson
Jackson, Andrew, General
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan
Jacksonville
Jacob

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