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Potamus is an anglicization of the Ancient Greek potamos (ποταμός) meaning river or stream; it appears in the name: Mesopotamia.
Potamus may also refer to:
- A hippopotamus, or its calf
- Peter Potamus, an animated purple hippopotamus
- A lightweight GTK-based audio player
- The song Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros, on Flight of the Conchords' eponymous album
Potamos may also refer to:
- an old settlement on the Ionian island of Corfu
- the most populated village on the Ionian island of Kythira
- a small village on the South Aegean island of Therasia
- an archeological site near Akrotiri, on the Greek island of Santorini
Potamus or Potamus may also refer to:
- Potamus (Attica), demoi of ancient Attica, Greece
- Potamus Deiradiotes, a deme of ancient Attica, Greece
- Potamus Hypenerthen, a deme of ancient Attica, Greece
- Potamus Kathyperthen, a deme of ancient Attica, Greece
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