Python

Python, in the Greek mythology a serpent or dragon produced from the mud left on the earth after the deluge of Deucalion, a brood of sheer chaos and the dark, who lived in a cave of Parnassus, and was slain by Apollo, who founded the Pythian Games in commemoration of his victory, and was in consequence called Pythius.

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

Pythian Games * Pythoness
Pyrrha
Pyrrhic Dance
Pyrrho
Pyrrhonism
Pyrrhus
Pyrrhus
Pythagoras
Pythagoreans
Pytheas
Pythian Games
Python
Pythoness
Pyx
Quadragesima
Quadrant
Quadratic Equation
Quadriga
Quadrilateral, The
Quadroon
Quadruple Alliance
Quæstors

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