Vulcan is the god of fire including the fire of volcanoes, metalworking, and the
forge in ancient ... Roman tradition maintained that it was related to Latin words
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Vulcan definition, the ancient Roman god of fire and metalworking, identified with
... Spell Syllables. Examples; Word Origin. noun. 1. the ancient Roman god of fire
... Latin. 1505-1515. 1505-15; < Latin Vulcānus. Dictionary.com Unabridged
Possibly related to Latin fulgere "to flash". In Roman mythology Vulcan was the
god of fire. He was later equated with the Greek god Hephaestus.
His Roman name was Vulcan. ... Latin Spelling .... "At Athens there is a much-
praised statue of Volcanus (Vulcan) [Hephaistos] by Alcamenes, a standing
Define Vulcan: the Roman god of fire and metalworking compare hephaestus. ...
Latin Volcanus, Vulcanus. First Known Use: 1513 .... Difficult Spelling Words II.
Etymology 1. From Latin Vulcānus, of Etruscan origin, but unknown meaning
. ... The goddess Venus was the wife of Vulcan. (astronomy, historical) A ...
The official online site of the Vulcan Language Institute, concentrating on the ...
We will eventually do a small one for Latin, because of its historical importance.
I don't know of the name of his specific forge, or that it had one (I don't remember
it having one, ... I'm not aware of Vulcan's forge having a name in Latin.
Vulcan. noun. Roman Mythology. The god of fire and metalworking. Origin of
Vulcan. Latin ... From Latin VulcÄ nus, of Etruscan origin, but unknown meaning.
Vulcan is primarily used in the English and Turkish languages, and its language
of origin is Latin. The name could be derived from the Latin element 'vulcanus' ...