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Galatea is an ancient Greek name meaning "she who is milk-white".

Galatea, Galathea or Gallathea may refer to:

In mythology[edit]

  • Galatea (mythology):
    • Galatea, a woman who prayed for her daughter to be turned into a son, Leucippus
    • Galatea, a sea-nymph, one of the fifty Nereids, in Ovid's story of Acis and Galatea
    • Galatea, name given in the eighteenth century to the animated statue sculpted by Pygmalion

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