1 (in Greek mythology) a minor sea-god usu. represented as a man with a fish's tail and carrying a trident and shell-trumpet.
2 (triton) any marine gastropod mollusc of the family Cymatiidae, with a long conical shell.
3 (triton) a newt.
L f. Gk Triton
triton, n. a nucleus of a tritium atom, consisting of a proton and two neutrons.
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