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- Hegemone, also known as Jupiter XXXIX, is a natural satellite of Jupiter. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2003, and given the temporary designation S/2003 J 8.
- Hegemone was a Greek goddess of plants, specifically making them bloom and bear fruit as they were supposed to. Her name means "mastery".
Phrases with Hegemone
- Cupha Hegemone
- Clossiana Hegemone
- Euptoieta Hegemone
- Species Cupha Hegemone
- Species Clossiana Hegemone
- Species Euptoieta Hegemone
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Hegemone 40. Mneme 41. Aoede 42. Thelxinoe 43. 44.
by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner
and Hegemone (®leader ̄), andthe Spartans, led by the founder of Sparta, king Lacedaemon, worshiped Cleta (®sound ̄) and Phaenna (®brightness ̄). They werealso ...
by Gertrude Jobes
A sv ins Atreus & Thyestes Auxo & Hegemone Axieros (Axiocersa) Babes in the Woods Baldur & Loki* Balín & Balan* Belenus & Brennius Belus & Agenor Biton & Cleobis Bootes & Erectheus Bride & Bridegroom Byat Twe & Byat Ta Cac us ...
The Prophet's Dictionary (2006)
by Paula A. Price Ph.D.
Hegemone—An old Greek word for a queen or a ...
by Random House, Stephen Elliott
well-led 8 muscular, powerful, stalwart, thickset 9 corpulent, strapping 11 substantial Hegeieos fethef: 8 Tyrsenus Hegemone origin: 8 Athenian member ot : 8 Grsces hegemony 7 control 9 authority, dominance, influence, supremacy Hsggsn, ...
by Michael Jordan
Hegemone Greek. The name given to one of the GRATIAE in the traditions of Athens.
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
See Hegemone. AUXOIS, a small ci- devant ...
See HEGEMONE. AUXONNE, a small fortified town in France, in the department of Cote d'Or ...
by Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford
the latter, Hegemone, (the leader), and Auro (the propitious) . King Eteocles introduced the worship of three Graces among the Orchomenjams, and Hesiod gives them the names of Aglaia (brilliancy), Thalia ( the blooming) ...
The Popular Encyclopedia (1841)
Hegemone (the leader) and Auxo (the propitious). King Eteocles introduced the worship of three Graces among the Orchomen- ians, and Hesiod gives them the names of Aglaia (brilliancy), Thalia (the blooming) and Euphrotynt (mirth).
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Scrabble value of H4E1G2E1M3O1N1E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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