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In Greek mythology, Plouto (Πλουτώ) or Pluto was a nymph and the mother of Tantalus by Zeus. Her parents were Oceanus and Tethys (thus making Plouto one of the 3000 Oceanids) or Himas, a Lydian that was otherwise unknown. Plouto was said to be married to Tmolus, the stepfather of Tantalus.
- Plutus or Ploutos, son of Demeter and Iasion and the personification of wealth
- Pluto, the Roman god of the Underworld
- Pluto disambiguation page
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Pluoto was a mother of Tantalus