Cyclops

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Mythology
CyclopsCy‧clops /ˈsaɪklɒps $ -klɑːps/ noun [singular] RMa very big man in ancient Greek stories who only had one eye in the middle of his forehead
Examples from the Corpus
CyclopsA water quality officer interprets the information and can instruct Cyclops to collect a sample of the discharge in a sealed container.They had finished and hidden it by the time the Cyclops came back.Breeding stock can be shop Daphnia, or caught for yourself. Cyclops are usually found with them.
Origin cyclops (1500-1600) Latin Greek kyklops, from kykl- round (from kyklos; CYCLE1) + ops eye