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Leda

[ lee-duh, ley- ]
/ ˈli də, ˈleɪ- /
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noun
Classical Mythology. the mother, by her husband Tyndareus, of Castor and Clytemnestra and, by Zeus in the form of a swan, of Pollux and Helen.
Astronomy. a small natural satellite of the planet Jupiter.
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British Dictionary definitions for Leda (1 of 2)

Leda1
/ (ˈliːdə) /

noun
Greek myth a queen of Sparta who was the mother of Helen and Pollux by Zeus, who visited her in the form of a swan

British Dictionary definitions for Leda (2 of 2)

Leda2
/ (ˈliːdə) /

noun
astronomy a small satellite of Jupiter in an intermediate orbit
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