[ dahy-oh-nee ]
/ daɪˈoʊ ni /
Classical Mythology. a Titan and a consort of Zeus.
Astronomy. a moon of the planet Saturn.
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Words nearby Dione
, Diomede Islands
, Dionysius Exiguus
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How to use Dione in a sentence
The genus Dione is further removed by the different structure of the legs, and the silvery spots on the underside of the wings.
With them I might compare those, which naked Dione is painted 213 as once having held up with her dripping hand.
I feel ashamed to instruct you any further, but genial Dione says, "That which shames you is especially my own province."
Dione then wiped the ichor from the hand of Venus, and at her touch the wound healed and the pain ceased.
British Dictionary definitions for Dione (1 of 2)
Greek myth a Titaness; the earliest consort of Zeus and mother of Aphrodite
British Dictionary definitions for Dione (2 of 2)
one of the larger satellites of the planet Saturn
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