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In Greek mythology, there were many women with the name Eurynomê (Εὐρυνόμη), with the possible significance "far-wandering" (eury + nomos; compare nomad).

  1. The Oceanid, or daughter of Oceanus. See Oceanids.
  2. Wife of Ophion (may be the same as the following).
  3. Mother of the Charites (may be the same as the following).
  4. Daughter of King Nisus of Megara and mother of Bellerophon by Poseidon according to Hesiod's Catalogue 7 and Hyginus 157.
  5. Mother of Leucothea whom Helios loved, whose father was the Persian Orchamus, as given by Ovid in Metamorphoses 4.208ff.
  6. Wife of Lycurgus of Arcadia and mother of Amphidamas, Epochus, Ancaeus, and Iasus; from Apollodorus 3.9.2.
  7. Daughter of Iphitus and mother of Adrastus of Argos by Talaus, as given by Hyginus 70.
  8. Waiting woman of Penelope in the Odyssey.


  1. Eurynome is a genus of crab in the family Pisidae.
  2. 79 Eurynome is an asteroid.
  3. An alternate name for Eurynomos

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