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Saturn

Noun

1 a giant planet which is surrounded by three planar concentric rings of ice particles; 6th planet from the sun
2 (Roman mythology) god of agriculture and vegetation; counterpart of Greek Cronus; "Saturday is Saturn's Day"

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English

Pronunciation

  • /ˈsæ.tɝn/
  • Schoolbook Phonetics: (săʹtûrn)
  • Last Resort Phonetics: SA(T)-turn

Proper noun

Saturn
  1. Roman god of fertility and agriculture.
  2. The second largest planet in Earth's solar system, famous for its big rings; represented in astronomy and astrology by .

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god
  • Czech: Saturn
  • French: Saturne
  • German: Saturn
  • Hungarian: Szaturnusz
  • Italian: Saturno
  • Korean: 사투르누스
  • Lithuanian: Saturnas
  • Norwegian: Saturn
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  • Portuguese: Saturno
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planet
  • Czech: Saturn
  • French: saturne
  • German: Saturn
  • Hungarian: Szaturnusz
  • Italian: Saturno
  • Japanese: 土星
  • Korean: 토성
  • Lithuanian: Saturnas
  • Norwegian: Saturn
  • Polish: Saturn
  • Portuguese: Saturno
  • Slovene: Saturn

Bosnian

Proper noun

Saturn

Crimean Tatar

Noun

Saturn (more common name is Zual)
  1. Saturn (planet)

Declension

References

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Czech

Proper noun

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