How Did Virgo Get Its Name?


The constellation 'Virgo' gets its name from the Latin version of the word 'virgin'. It is normally portrayed as a woman carrying two sheaves of wheat which takes the same formation as that of the actual constellation. The brightest star in this constellation is Spica.
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Virgo got its name from the goddess of luv libra. Virgo = Virgin.
Virgo is often depicted as a young woman holding a sheaf of wheat, as
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The Zodiac sign Virgo has a name that pulls from many different myths and legends. Virgo is often represented as a 'maiden' (as its name indicates). In antiquity, she may have been Isis, the Egyptian protector of the living and the dead and the principal mother goddess.
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