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Jove meaning in Urdu

Jove Synonym

Jove Definitions

1) Jove, Jupiter : رومیوں کا دیوتا : (noun) (Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus.


Useful Words

Zeus : یونان کا سب سے بڑا دیوتا , Luna : چاند کی دیوی , Aides : یونانی دیوتا , Helen : قدیم یونانی شہزادی , Hebe : یونانی دیوی , Nike : نایک؛ زمین سے فضا میں مار کرنے والا راکٹ یا میزائیل , Hecate : افزائش نسل کی دیوی , Hymen : شادی کا دیوتا , Aglaia : یونانی دیوی , Oread : پہاڑی پری , Nereid : جل پری , Calypso : قدیم یونانی افسانوی پری , Thalia : ثلائیہ , Cepheus : حبشہ کا بادشاہ , Classically : قدیم یونانی کلچر سے متعلق , Agamemnon : یونانی بادشاہ , Adonis : یونانی دیوتا کا پسندیدہ لڑکا , Acheron : موت کا دریا , Aegisthus : قدیم یونانی دیوتا , Hecatomb : بڑی قربانی , Pegasus : ایک برادر گہوڑا , Capital Of Italy : اٹلی کا دارالحکومت , Eusebius Hieronymus : ہرونیمس عیسائی پیشوا , Callisto : مشتری کے بارہ سیاروں میں سے دوسرا بڑا سیارہ , Agricola : رومی جنرل , Aeschylus : مشکلات بھری اداکاری کرنے والا , Asteroid : سیارچہ , Herculius : رومی شہنشاہ ہرکولس , Beatification : انتہائی خوشی , Best : بہترین کوشش , Perfidious : مکار

Useful Words Definitions

Zeus: (Greek mythology) the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology; son of Rhea and Cronus whom he dethroned; husband and brother of Hera; brother of Poseidon and Hades; father of many gods; counterpart of Roman Jupiter.

Luna: (Roman mythology) the goddess of the Moon; counterpart of Greek Selene.

Aides: (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone.

Helen: (Greek mythology) the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leda who was abducted by Paris; the Greek army sailed to Troy to get her back which resulted in the Trojan War.

Hebe: (Greek mythology) the goddess of youth and spring; wife of Hercules; daughter of Zeus and Hera; cupbearer to the Olympian gods.

Nike: (Greek mythology) winged goddess of victory; identified with Roman Victoria.

Hecate: (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches.

Hymen: (Greek mythology) the god of marriage.

Aglaia: (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces.

Oread: (Greek mythology) one of the mountain nymphs.

Nereid: (Greek mythology) any of the 50 sea nymphs who were daughters of the sea god Nereus.

Calypso: (Greek mythology) the sea nymph who detained Odysseus for seven years.

Thalia: (Greek mythology) the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry.

Cepheus: (Greek mythology) king of Ethiopia and husband of Cassiopeia.

Classically: in the manner of Greek and Roman culture.

Agamemnon: (Greek mythology) the king who lead the Greeks against Troy in the Trojan War.

Adonis: (Greek mythology) a handsome youth loved by both Aphrodite and Persephone.

Acheron: (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead were carried by Charon.

Aegisthus: (Greek mythology) the seducer of Clytemnestra and murderer of Agamemnon who usurped the throne of Mycenae until Agamemnon`s son Orestes returned home and killed him.

Hecatomb: a great sacrifice; an ancient Greek or Roman sacrifice of 100 oxen.

Pegasus: (Greek mythology) the immortal winged horse that sprang from the blood of the slain Medusa; was tamed by Bellerophon with the help of a bridle given him by Athena; as the flying horse of the Muses it is a symbol of highflying imagination.

Capital Of Italy: capital and largest city of Italy; on the Tiber; seat of the Roman Catholic Church; formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire.

Eusebius Hieronymus: (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian Church whose major work was his translation of the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin (which became the Vulgate); a saint and Doctor of the Church (347-420).

Callisto: the second largest of Jupiter`s satellites.

Agricola: Roman general who was governor of Britain and extended Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth (37-93).

Aeschylus: Greek tragedian; the father of Greek tragic drama (525-456 BC).

Asteroid: any of numerous small celestial bodies composed of rock and metal that move around the sun (mainly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter).

Herculius: Roman Emperor from 286 until he abdicated in 305; when Diocletian divided the Roman Empire in 286 Maximian became emperor in the west (died in 311).

Beatification: a state of supreme happiness.

Best: the supreme effort one can make.

Perfidious: tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the Carthaginians by the Romans.