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Ganymede1 (ˈɡænɪˌmiːd Pronunciation for Ganymede1

Definitions

noun

  1. (classical mythology) a beautiful Trojan youth who was abducted by Zeus to Olympus and made the cupbearer of the gods

Ganymede2 (ˈɡænɪˌmiːd Pronunciation for Ganymede2

Definitions

noun

  1. the brightest and largest of the four Galilean satellites of Jupiter, and the largest in the solar system. Diameter: 5262 km; orbital radius: 1 070 000 km

Example Sentences Including 'Ganymede'

Bright patches on Ganymede and Callisto mark the places where recent impacts have exposed fresh ice.
Ridpath, Ian & Tirion, Will Stars and Planets
Callisto and Ganymede 's suspected oceans appear to be sandwiched more firmly between layers of ice.
New Scientist (2003)
Callisto will begin to re-appear at 11.24pm just as Ganymede disappears.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2005)
It is followed by Europa, Jupiter, then the moons Io and Ganymede.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2005)
That's what makes agriculture Ganymede 's greatest industry.
Asimov, Isaac The Complete Stories Volume 2
The Dominion government here at Ganymede is becoming desperate.
Asimov, Isaac The Complete Stories Volume 2
The Myth of Ganymede runs until September 30 at Casa Buonarroti (0039-055 241752, www.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The oxygen-rich mixture from the air cylinders burned his throat, and gradually Ganymede steadied.
Asimov, Isaac The Complete Stories Volume 2

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