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In Greek mythology the lotus-eaters (Greek: λωτοφάγοι, lōtophagoi), also referred to as the lotophagi or lotophaguses (singular lotophagus / l ə ˈ t ɒ f ə ɡ ə s /) or lotophages (singular lotophage / ˈ l oʊ t ə f eɪ dʒ /), were a race of people living on an island dominated by lotus plants.

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When Odysseus reached the country of the Lotophagi, many of his sailors after eating the lotus lost all wish to return home. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 1. Various. The customs of the inhabitants of Meninx124 closely correspond to the description of the Lotophagi.

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Lotus-Eater, Greek plural Lotophagoi, Latin plural Lotophagi, in Greek mythology, one of a tribe encountered by the Greek hero Odysseus during his return from Troy, after a north wind had driven him and his men from Cape Malea (Homer, Odyssey, Book IX). The local inhabitants, whose distinctive practice is indicated by their name, invited Odysseus’ scouts to eat of the mysterious plant.

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ulysses declares himself and begins his story the cicons, lotophagi, and cyclopes. View in context Some believe that it is a variety of ground jujube that was the food of the Lotophagi .

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Lotophagi: see lotus-eaters lotus-eaters or Lotophagi, a fabulous people who occupied the north coast of Africa and lived on the lotus, which brought forgetfulness and happy indolence.

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(Greek mythology) The lotus eaters; a people visited by Ulysses who subsisted on the lotus

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Meaning: "lotus-eaters," from Greek lotophagoi (plural), from lotos (see lotus) + -phagos "eating" (from PIE root *bhag- "to share… See more definitions.

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Lotophagi. by Edward Morris: For Arthur Machen, Karl Edward Wagner, Laird Barron, Tim Pratt and Julia Fair. Who all know why. W hen I wrote the following pages, or most of them, I lived in the woods, twenty miles from the nearest store, seven miles upland from the nearest mailbox, three miles from the nearest land-line telephone.

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