noun, plural Ju·nos for 3.
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Diablo Cody, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Juno, is known for catchy, quotable dialogue.
The Academy loves personal transformation (see Charlize Theron in Monster) and ingénues (Ellen Page in Juno).The Great Transformation of Rooney Mara Into Lisbeth Salander|Isabel Wilkinson|January 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When Palin learned she couldn't make it, she wrote back, "I should try to get back to juno for this one."
Juno writer Diablo Cody is working on a feature film about the blue-eyed queen bees.
She also writes that she enjoys the "submersive moral messages" in the movies Juno, Knocked Up, and The Forty-Year-Old Virgin.
“I am the second mate of the Juno, armed whaler,” continued the speaker.Charley Laurel|W. H. G. Kingston
Juno sent, therefore, a terrible dragon to guard the precious fruit.The Student's Mythology|Catherine Ann White
While Juno is watching Io 'with her curving horns, she becomes still more pleasing to Jove than she has been before.
This hot-headed youth, forsooth, cannot be at rest unless he embroil me in a quarrel with Juno.The Lusiad|Lus de Cames
But Juno, the queen who lived with Jupiter and shared his throne in the midst of the clouds, did not love Io at all.Old Greek Stories|James Baldwin
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Word Origin for Juno
Word Origin and History for juno
Roman goddess of women and marriage, mid-14c., perhaps literally "the young one" (perhaps as goddess of the new moon), from an Italic root akin to Latin iunior "younger," iuvenis "young" (see young).