Juno

Women had their own genius, which was called a Juno. The Juno was the protector of women, marriage and birth. It was worshipped under many names: Virginalis (of the virgin), Matronalis (of the married woman), Pronuba (of the bride), Iugalis (of marriage). Juno was also the name for the queen of the gods.

Juno

Juno is a cultivated variety of potato.
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HMS Juno was a British Javelin Class destroyer of 1690 tons displacement launched in 1938 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with six 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns and ten 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots and carried a complement of 183.
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Juno

wife and sister of Jupiter (Aeneid), associated with childbirth and femininity; identified with Hera.
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[n] - (Roman mythology) queen of the Olympian gods who protected marriage
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One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Harding on 1 Sep 1804. Diameter in km: 288x230. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Operational code name for one of the D-Day landing areas in Normandy between the Provence River and the town of St. Aubin sur Mer - principally a Canadian landing area
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In Roman mythology, the principal goddess, identified with the Greek Hera. The wife of Jupiter and queen of heaven, she was concerned with all aspects of women's lives and also regarded as a...
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(from the article `asteroid`) The discovery of three more faint objects (i.e., faint compared with Mars and Jupiter) in similar orbits over the next six years—Pallas, Juno, and ...
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(from the article `2007: Other Winners`) Original Screenplay: Diablo Cody for JunoAdapted Screenplay: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for No Country for Old MenCinematography: Robert Elswit for ...
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Juno

in Roman religion, chief goddess and female counterpart of Jupiter, closely resembling the Greek Hera, with whom she was identified. With Jupiter and ... [3 related articles]
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(minor planet 3) Images of asteroid 3 Juno taken with the Hooker telescope show what appears to be a 96-km-wide crater. The crater is visible as a darkened area in the lower left quadrant in the 833 nm and 934 nm images The ninth largest asteroid and third to be discov...
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(rocket) Juno I One of the most significant launch vehicles in the history of spaceflight. Juno formed a crucial link between American Cold War military missiles and the rockets first launched human beings toward another world. Juno I A modified Redstone missile ...
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Juno, in Roman religion and mythology, wife and sister of Jupiter. In early Roman times she, like the Greek Hera (with whom she was later identified), was goddess and protector of women, concerned especially with their sexual life. In later religion she became, however, the great goddess of the stat...
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Juno (jOO'nō) , in astronomy, 3d asteroid to be discovered. It was found in 1804 by C. Harding. It has a diameter of c.120 mi (190 km). Its average distance from the sun is 2.67 astronomical units, and its orbital period is 1,594 days.
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Juno

Juno is a spirit in the Tempest.
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Juno

Juno was the Roman name for the Greek goddess Hera. Juno was a goddess of women and marriage and the wife and sister of Jupiter. She was the queen of heaven, and under the name of Regina (queen) was worshipped in Italy at an early period. She bore the same relation to women that Jupiter did to men. She was regarded as the special protectress of wha...
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Juno

In Roman mythology, the principal goddess, identified with the Greek Hera. The wife of Jupiter and queen of heaven, she was concerned with all aspects of women's lives and also regarded as a patroness of commerce
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[spacecraft] Juno is a NASA New Frontiers mission to the planet Jupiter. Juno was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on August 5, 2011 and will arrive in July 2016. The spacecraft is to be placed in a polar orbit to study Jupiter`s composition, gravity field, magnetic field, and polar magnetosphere. Juno will also search for clu...
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[musical] Juno is a musical with music and lyrics by Marc Blitzstein and book by Joseph Stein, based closely on the 1924 play Juno and the Paycock by Sean O`Casey. The story centers around the disintegration of an Irish family in Dublin in the early 1920s, during the Irish War of Independence. Juno is a hardworking matriarch who strives to ...
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Juno

Juno is a Latin name for boys and girls. The meaning is `young, pure` The name Juno is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (12 times more often than to American girls.) In Scotland it is (almost) solely given to girls What do they use in other countries? June (English) Jun Juneau Joon The name sounds like: Euna, Jena, Jeni, Jen, Jan, Jann, Jana, ...
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[mythology] ==Etymology== The name Juno was also once thought to be connected to Iove (Jove), originally as Diuno and Diove from *Diovona. At the beginning of the 20th century, a derivation was proposed from iuven- (as in Latin iuvenis, `youth`), through a syncopated form iūn- (as in iūnix, `heifer`, and iūnior, `younger`). This etymolog...
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Juno

A Roman goddess of women and childbirth. She was the wife of the god Jupiter.
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An asteroid named for the Roman goddess Juno, the wife of Jupiter, ruler of all gods. Represents par
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The third asteroid discovered in the early 1800s named after the Roman goddess, Juno, wife of Jupite
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