Lelantus was one of the younger Titans. He was the god of air, moving unseen and a hunter’s skill at stalking prey. His daughter was the huntress Aura, goddess of the breeze.
Residence: The Sky
Lelantus’ name was derived from the Greek words lêthô, lanthanô and lelathon, meaning “to escape notice,” “move unseen” or “go unobserved.” Lelantus may also have been associated with the Lelantian plain of Euboea.
Lelantus is apparently the male counterpart of Leto, just as his daughter, the virgin huntress Aura, is the counterpart of Leto‘s daughter Artemis.