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n. Roman Mythology
The principal goddess of the pantheon and the wife of Jupiter, worshiped as the goddess of women, marriage, childbirth, and the moon, and as the protector of the state. She came to be identified with the Greek Hera.
[Latin Iūnō, from iuvenis, young (probably from her association with the new moon); see yeu- in Indo-European roots.]
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1. (Classical Myth & Legend) (in Roman tradition) the queen of the Olympian gods. Greek counterpart: Hera
2. a woman of stately bearing and regal beauty
(Celestial Objects) astronomy the fourth largest known asteroid (approximate diameter 240 kilometres) and one of the four brightest
(Pop Music) an award given for achievements in the Canadian music industry
[C20: originally after Pierre Juneau (1922–2012), Canadian broadcaster]
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a Roman goddess associated with women and childbirth, and identified with the Greek goddess Hera.
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|Noun||1.||Juno - (Roman mythology) queen of the Olympian gods who protected marriage; wife and sister of Jupiter; counterpart of Greek Hera|
Roman mythology - the mythology of the ancient Romans
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Juno[ˈdʒuːnəʊ] N → Juno
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Juno[ˈdʒuːnəʊ] n (Myth, Astron) → Giunone f
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