- Gemini (n.)
- zodiac constellation, late Old English, from Latin gemini (plural of adjective geminus) "twins" (see geminate). Formerly also spelled gemeny, gemony, jeminy, etc. The twins are Castor and Pollux in Latin, which also are the names of the two brightest stars in the constellation; for their Greek name see Dioscuri. Meaning "a person born under the sign of Gemini" is recorded from 1894. As an oath, from 1660s (also found in Dutch and German), perhaps a corruption of Jesu (compare jiminy).
- 1. "What star sign are you?"—"Gemini."
- 2. A twin can be referred to a Gemini.
- “Twin”也就是“Gemini” (双子座).
- 3. Did her husband judge only by the Countess Gemini?
- 难道她的丈夫跟格米尼伯爵夫人是一丘之貉 吗 ?
- 4. The Countess Gemini was often extremely bored.
- 5. A more recent use was in the 1965 rendezvous of Gemini 6 and Gemini 7.
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