Dione

An unimportant female companion of Zeus, popular in the northwestern Greek city of Dodona.

Dione

[butterfly] Dione is a genus of butterflies of the subfamily Heliconiinae in the family Nymphalidae found from southern USA to South America. Listed alphabetically. File:Mexican Silverspot, Quito, Ecuador.jpg|Dione moneta, Quito, Ecuador ...
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Dione

Satellite of the planet Saturn. See TABLE 8. SATURN - SATELLITE DATA
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Dione

in Greek mythology, a consort and, at Dodona in Epirus, a cult partner of Zeus, the king of the gods. Since the partner and wife of Zeus was normally ...
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Dione

fourth nearest of the major regular moons of Saturn. It was discovered by the Italian-born French astronomer Gian Domenico Cassini in 1684 and named ... [6 related articles]
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Dione

Dione is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Mounta In of Zeus` Where is it used? The name Dione is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Dionysios, used In Greek and In Ancient Greek.How do they say it elsewhere? Deon ( In English) Deonne ( In English) For the opposite sex use: In French and In English: Dion (M) In ...
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Dione

Cassini image of trailing hemisphere of Dione showing the moon's complex of bright cliffs. At lower right is the feature called Cassandra, exhibiting linear rays extending in multiple directions. North is up. The image was taken in polarized green light with Cassini's narrow-angle camera at a distan...
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Dione

Dione, in Greek religion and mythology, earth goddess. In some legends she is the daughter of Oceanus and Tethys; in others she is a Titaness, born to Uranus and Gaea. In yet another version she is the mother of Aphrodite. Her name is the feminine form of Zeus. Her cult was associated with the oracl...
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Dione

Dione (dīō'nē) , in astronomy, one of the named moons, or natural satellites, of Saturn. Also known as Saturn IV (or S4), Dione is 695 mi (1,120 km) in diameter, orbits Saturn at a mean distance of 234,500 mi (377,400 km), and has an orbital period of 2.737 earth days—the...
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Dione

[Titaness] Dione (i; Διώνη, Diṓnē) was an ancient Greek goddess, an oracular Titaness primarily known from Book V of Homer`s Iliad, where she tends to the wounds suffered by her daughter Aphrodite. One source describes her as an ancient wife of Zeus. ==Name== Her name is essentially a title {–} `The Goddess` {–} and is etymologi...
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Dione

[moon] Dione (i; Διώνη) is a moon of Saturn discovered by Cassini in 1684. It is named after the Titaness Dione of Greek mythology. It is also designated Saturn IV. == Name == Cassini named the four moons he discovered (Tethys, Dione, Rhea and Iapetus) Sidera Lodoicea (`the stars of Louis`) to honor king Louis XIV. Cassini found Dione ...
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Dione

[Serer surname] Dione (following its French spelling in Senegal) is a typical Serer surname. In English speaking Gambia (where the Serers are also present), it is spelled Jon. Notable people with this name include: ...
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Dione

[mythology] Dione iː is the name of four women in ancient Greek mythology, and one in the Phoenician mythology of Sanchuniathon. Dione is translated as `Goddess`, and given the same etymological derivation as the names Zeus, Diana, et al. Very little information exists about these women or goddesses. ==Titaness/Oceanid== Dione is one of th...
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