Proserpina(redirected from Juno inferna)
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Pro·ser·pi·na(prō-sûr′pə-nə) also Pro·ser·pi·ne (prō-sûr′pə-nē, prŏs′ər-pīn′)
n. Roman Mythology
The daughter of Ceres who became the goddess of the underworld when Pluto carried her away and made her his wife.
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Roman goddess of the underworld. Greek counterpart: Persephone
Per•seph•o•ne(pərˈsɛf ə ni)
an ancient Greek goddess, the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, abducted by Hades to be queen of the underworld.