- n. 六月；琼（人名，来源于拉丁语，含义是“年轻气盛的六月”）
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- June:  June is the month of Juno, the Roman goddess of women and marriage, and wife and sister of Jupiter. Its Latin name was Jūnius mēnsis, ‘Juno’s month’, and Jūnius passed into English via Old French juin.
- c. 1100, from Latin Iunius (mensis), probably a variant of Iunonius, "sacred to Juno" (see Juno). Replaced Old English liðe se ærra "earlier mildness."
- 1. June always rhymes with moon in old love songs.
- 2. The rebels were to have fully disbanded by June the tenth.
- 3. Exports in June rose 1.5% to a record $30.91 billion.
- 4. In June 1942, the British 8th Army was in full retreat.
- 5. The nation's unemployment rate has been climbing steadily since last June.
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