|Parents||Phorcys and Ceto|
In Greek mythology, Thoosa or Thoösa (//, Greek: Θόωσα, romanized: Thoôsa) was a sea nymph whose name derives from the word thoos, meaning "swift". She and the god Poseidon are the parents of the cyclops Polyphemus. According to Homer, Thoosa was the daughter of the sea god Phorcys, but no mother is mentioned.
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