What Does Jupiter Mean?

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Most of the planets were named after the ancient Roman Gods. The name Jupiter, is Latin and means the supreme god. The Greek God Zeus and Jupiter were considered the sky Gods.
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Ju·pi·ter
[joo-pi-ter]
NOUN
1.
the supreme deity of the ancient Romans: the god of the heavens and of weather.
2.
Astronomy the planet fifth in order from the sun, having an equatorial diameter of 88,729 miles (142,796 km), a mean distance from the sun of 483.6 million miles (778.3 million km), a period of revolution of 11.86 years, and at least 14 moons. It is the largest planet in the solar system.
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Military a medium-range U.S. ballistic missile of the 1950s, powered by a single liquid-fueled rocket engine.
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The planet of Jupiter name refers to Saturn Zeus. Zeus took the throne away from his father and became the King of all Gods. Jupiter's symbol is tin.
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