Chimera

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Chimera, Chimaera, or Chimaira (Greek for "she-goat") originally referred to:

  • Chimera (mythology), a fire-breathing monster of Ancient Lycia said to combine parts from multiple animals
  • Mount Chimaera, a fire-spewing region of Lycia or Cilicia typically considered the inspiration for the myth

Chimera, Chimera, chimère, Chimaira, etc. may also refer to:

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  • "Chimeres I, II and III", 2007 compositions by Fred Momotenko
  • "Chimera", a song by Duncan Sheik from a version of Daylight
  • "Chimaera", a 1992 song by Bad Religion from Generator
  • "Chimera", a 1999 song by the Tea Party from Triptych
  • "Chimeras", a track by Tim Hecker from Harmony in Ultraviolet
  • "Chimera", a song by Bonham from Mad Hatter
  • "The Chimera", a 2012 song by the Smashing Pumpkins from Oceania

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