Taurus draws on the myth of io, the nymph who was turned into a snow-white cow.
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Go with the princess Tula where she chooses, io; then come back.
I say, that the power of oe, shall be five times as much as is the power of io.
He asks a prophecy of Prometheus who foretells the fate of io their daughter.
As here ae, and io, let them cut into halfes the right lines uy, and ys.
Voi siet' ebri, ch' io lo so; Ognun faccia com' io fo; Ognun succe come me.
In all the hills and vales of Greece his io pæan sounded still.
This genus, io, varies greatly in different parts of the Tennessee basin.
Then should come amore, and of course cuore, and disiò, and anch' io!
in Greek mythology, daughter of the river god Inachus, she was pursued by Zeus and consequently changed into a heifer. The Jovian moon was discovered in 1610 and named for her by Galileo.
One of the four brightest satellites of Jupiter and the fifth in distance from the planet. It was first sighted by Galileo. See Note at moon.