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Mi·ner·va

 (mĭ-nûr′və)
n. Roman Mythology
The goddess of wisdom, invention, the arts, and martial prowess. She came to be identified with the Greek Athena.

[Latin; see men- in Indo-European roots.]
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Minerva

(mɪˈnɜːvə)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Roman goddess of wisdom. Greek counterpart: Athena
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Mi•ner•va

(mɪˈnɜr və)

n.
the Roman goddess of wisdom and the arts, identified with the Greek goddess Athena.
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Noun1.Minerva - (Roman mythology) goddess of wisdomMinerva - (Roman mythology) goddess of wisdom; counterpart of Greek Athena
Roman mythology - the mythology of the ancient Romans
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Translations

Minerva

[mɪˈnɜːvə] NMinerva
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Minerva

[mɪˈnɜːvə] nMinerva
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