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Definitions of Ganymede

Ganymede1 (ˈɡænɪˌmiːd Pronunciation for Ganymede1

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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

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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'

The Dominion government here at Ganymede is becoming desperate.
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The oxygen-rich mixture from the air cylinders burned his throat, and gradually Ganymede steadied.
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That's what makes agriculture Ganymede 's greatest industry.
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