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Selene

[ si-lee-nee ]
/ sɪˈli ni /
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noun

the Greek goddess of the moon.Compare Thyone.
Also Se·le·na. a female given name.

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Origin of Selene

From the Greek word Selḗnē the moon
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Selene
/ (sɪˈliːnɪ) /

noun

the Greek goddess of the moonRoman counterpart: Luna
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