Ananke


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An·an·ke

 (ə-năng′kē, ə-năn′-)
n.
A satellite of Jupiter.

[Greek Anankē, mother by Zeus of Adrasteia, distributor of rewards and punishments, from anankē, necessity; akin to Old Irish écen and Welsh angen, necessity, constraining circumstance, and Hittite ḫenkan, fateful death.]

Ananke

(əˈnæŋkɪ)
n
(Astronomy) a small outer satellite of Jupiter
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