Complete Definition of "Venus"

See also venus
English
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Etymology
From Latin meaning "love, sexual desire, loveliness, beauty, charm", possibly from the Sanskrit vanas, (desire).

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-iËnÉs|-iËnÉs

Proper noun
Venus

  1. Roman mythology the goddess of love, beauty, and natural productivity
  2. The second planet in our solar system, named for the goddess; represented in astronomy and astrology by â.

Derived terms
venereal
Venusian

Translations
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Bosnian: Venera f
Bulgarian: ÐенеÑа
Chinese: éæ (jÄ«n xÄ«ng)
Czech: Venuše f
Dutch: Venus
Estonian: #Estonian|Venus
Finnish: Venus
French: Vénus
German: Venus f
Hindi: पà¥à¤°à¥à¤® à¤à¤° सà¥à¤à¤¦à¤°à¥à¤¯ à¤à¥ दà¥à¤µà¥ (prem aur saundarya kÄ« devÄ«)
Hungarian: Vénusz
Italian: Venere
Japanese: ã´ã£ã¼ãã¹ (bi-nasu)
Korean: ë² ëì¤ (benuseu)
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Latin: Venus f
Lithuanian: Venera f
Mongolian: бÑд (bud)
Polish: Wenus f
Russian: ÐенеÑа f
Serbian:

Slovak: Venuša f
Slovene: Venera f
Swedish: Venus
Tatar: Venera
Turkish: Venüs
Welsh: Gwener ''f'
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Afrikaans: Venus
Albanian: Venusi
Arabic: اÙزÙرة
Aragonese: Benus
Asturian: Venus
Azerbaijani: Venera
Basque: Artizar
Bosnian: Venera
Breton: Gwener
Bulgarian: ÐенеÑа
Catalan: Venus
Chinese: éæ
Cornish: Gwener
Croatian: Venera
Czech: Venuše f
Danish: Venus
Dutch: Venus
Esperanto: Venuso
Estonian: Veenus
Faroese: Venus
Finnish: Venus
French: Vénus
Frisian: Fenus
Galician: Venus
Georgian: ááááá á
German: Venus f
Greek: ÎÏÏοδίÏη
Gujarati: શà«àªà«àª°
Hebrew: × ×××
Hindi: शà¥à¤à¥à¤° à¤à¥à¤°à¤¹ (shukra graha)
Hungarian: Vénusz
Icelandic: Venus
Ido: Venero
Ilocano: Venus
Irish: Véineas
Italian: Venere
Japanese: éæ (ãããã, kinsê)
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Korean: ìë³ (saetbyeor, saetbyeol)
Kurdish: Gelawêj
Latin: Venus
Latvian: VenÄra
Lithuanian: Venera
Luxembourgish: Venus
Macedonian: ÐенеÑа
Malay: Zuhrah
Malayalam: à´¶àµà´àµà´°à´¨àµâ
Maltese: Venere
Nahuatl: CitlÄlpÅl
Nepali: शà¥à¤à¥à¤°à¤à¥à¤°à¤¹
Norwegian:

Ossetian: ÐенеÑæ
Pampanga: Venus
Polish: Wenus f
Portuguese: Vénus#Portuguese|Vénus (Portugal), Vênus (Brazil)
Quechua: Ch'aska
Romanian: Venus
Russian: ÐенеÑа
Scottish Gaelic: Ribhinn
Serbian: ÐенеÑа
Sicilian: Vèniri
Slovak: Venuša
Slovenian: Venera
Spanish: Venus
Swahili: Zuhura
Swedish: Venus
Tagalog: Venus
Tamil: வà¯à®³à¯à®³à®¿
Telugu: à°¶à±à°à±à°°à±à°¡à± (SukruDu?)
Thai: à¸à¸²à¸§à¸¨à¸¸à¸à¸£à¹
Turkish: Venüs
Ukrainian: ÐенеÑа
Vietnamese: Sao Kim
Welsh: Gwener
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Category:Eponyms


Estonian

Proper noun
Venus

  1. Venus et-god

Finnish

Proper noun
Venus

  1. Venus (1,2)

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German

Proper noun
Venus

  1. Venus (1,2)

Category:de:Planets


Latin

Proper noun
Venus f, genitive Veneris

  1. Roman goddess of natural productivity
  2. the second planet in our solar system
Derived terms

Category:Latin proper nouns
Category:la:Planets


Spanish

Noun
Venus m

  1. Venus

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Swedish

Noun
Venus m

  1. Venus

Category:Planets
Category:sv:Planets

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