What is another word for saturn?
[ sˈatɜːn], [ sˈatɜːn], [ s_ˈa_t_ɜː_n]
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Synonyms for Saturn:
n.• object (noun)
- Jovian Planet,
- superior planet,
- roman deity,
- outer planet,
- gas giant.
- wood nymph,
Other synonyms:• celestial body
How to use "Saturn" in context?
Saturn is a large planet located in the Solar System. It is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest planet by mass. Saturn is about 79% the size of Jupiter, and has 70 times the mass. Known officially as Saturn I, it is named after the Roman god of agriculture, time, sky, and agriculture. Saturn is often considered one of the most beautiful planets in the solar system, with its five rings and expansive atmosphere.
Saturn's atmosphere is composed of mostly hydrogen and helium. These gases fall to the planet's surface because they are pulled by Saturn's gravity.
Homophones for Saturn:
- strymon, squadron, storeroom, sheet iron, state attorney, sauterne, strawworm, sterninae, Sudatorium, straw man, stormy, saturnine, side drum, strum, storm, stateroom, styron, sidearm, squad room, sterne, stroma, southern, strawman, stearin, strain, sectarian, stern, sternum, sterna, side arm, saturnia, stroheim, sweat room, straw wine, struma, stream, styrene.
Holonyms for Saturn:
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