- Jupiter: see jovial
- Jupiter (n.)
- c. 1200, "supreme deity of the ancient Romans," from Latin Iupeter, from PIE *dyeu-peter- "god-father" (originally vocative, "the name naturally occurring most frequently in invocations" [Tucker]), from *deiw-os "god" (see Zeus) + peter "father" in the sense of "male head of a household" (see father). Compare Greek Zeu pater, vocative of Zeus pater "Father Zeus;" Sanskrit Dyauspita "heavenly father." The planet name is attested from late 13c. Jupiter Pluvius "Jupiter as dispenser of rain" was used jocularly from 1864.
- 1. The planet Jupiter may have no solid surface at all.
- 2. The scientist could not calculate when the spaceship would reach the Jupiter.
- 3. The astronomers were taking an observation of Jupiter.
- 4. How many moons has the planet Jupiter?
- 5. This latest CRP study also raises questions about a clinical trial published last year called JUPITER.
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