Neptune

Neptune, the remotest planet of the solar system at present known; it is twice as far distant from the sun as Uranus (q.v.) is, deemed before its discovery the remotest; its diameter is four times greater than that of the earth, and it takes 60,126 days to revolve round the sun, accompanied by a solitary satellite; it was discovered in 1846 by Adams (q.v.) and Leverrier (q.v.), who were guided to the spot where they found it from the effect of its neighbourhood on the movements of Uranus.

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

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Nemean Games
Nemean Lion
Nemesis
Nennius
Neology
Neo-Platonism
Nepal
Nepenthe
Nepos, Cornelius
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Neptune
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Nereides
Nereus
Neri, St. Philippo di
Nero
Nerva
Ness, Loch
Nesselrode, Count von
Nessus
Nessus' Shirt