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We're having a map quiz and we have to name all these different places in Latin. What is the Latin name for Mount Olympus? Thanks for your help.

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    It was named Mount Olympus. Both Greeks and Romans used that name.

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    Sorry I guess I didn't specify. I don't mean the English word for Mount Olympus, I mean whatever it translates to in Latin. Thanks :)

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympus_Mons

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