Juno

Juno, a Roman goddess, the wife of Jupiter, and the queen of heaven, corresponding to the Hera (q.v.) of the Greeks; the impersonation of womanhood, and the special protectress of the rights of women, especially married women, and bore the names of Virginalis and Matrona. She was the patroness of household and even state economy. See Zeus.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Junker * Junot, Andoche, Duc d'Abrantes
Jullien, Louis Antoine
July
Jumna
Jumpers
June
Jung Stilling
Jungfrau
Junius, Letters of
Junk
Junker
Juno
Junot, Andoche, Duc d'Abrantes
Junto
Jupiter
Jupiter
Jupiter Carlyle
Jupiter Scapin
Jura
Jury
Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de
Justice

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