Vulcan--the Roman god of fire and smithing.
Technically, it would be Hephaestus, but the actual word "volcano" comes from his Roman equivalent, Vulcan.
Thursday is actually not named after a Roman god- 'Thursday' is named after Thor, the god of thunder from Norse mythology.
Jupiter is named for the Roman god Jupiter, which is identified with the Greek god Zeus.
None, Saturday was named for the Roman god Saturn.
This day is named after the Norse god Tyr, or Thor, who was synonymous with the Roman god Mars, god of war.
None, it was named for the Norse god Thor.
Vulcan, the blacksmith god.
The roman god of fire Vulcan
Actually it was the Roman god Vulcan, hid Greek counterpart was Hephaestus.
It is the same word.
The word volcano is derived from the name of Vulcano Island off Sicily, which in turn was named after Vulcan, the Roman God of Fire.
Volcano came from Vulcan, the roman name of Hephaestus, the blacksmith of the Greek gods. It was believed that when he forged weapons, sparks would fly up and cause volcanic eruptions.
Volcanism (vulcanism) is named for the Roman god of fire and the hearth, Vulcan. In Greek mythology, he was called Hephaestus.
volcano is named after the cafrin's gods
Well, Vulcan is a Roman god, and it's not likely anyone new what a volcano was before one exploded. They most likely would have named it after him.
the Romans after the eruption of Vesuvius at Pompeii. It was named after the god Vulcan
Volcano is not named