Definitions for ioˈaɪ oʊ, ˈi oʊ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
I•oˈaɪ oʊ, ˈi oʊ(n.)
(in Greek myth) a woman loved by Zeus and changed by him into a heifer, which Hera claimed and put under Argus' guardianship.
a large volcanically active moon of Jupiter.
Category: Geography (places)
(Greek mythology) a maiden seduced by Zeus; when Hera was about to discover them together Zeus turned her into a white heifer
the closest of Jupiter's moons; has active volcanoes
A type of moth, the io moth.
The daughter of Inachus.
A moon of Jupiter, known for its volcanic activity, peppered with about 400 active volcanoes.
Origin: Modern , from .
an exclamation of joy or triumph; -- often interjectional
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
in the Greek mythology a daughter of Inachos (q. v.), beloved by Zeus, whom Hera out of jealousy changed into a heifer and set the hundred-eyed Argus to watch, but when Zeus had by Hermes slain the watcher, Hera sent a gadfly to goad over the world, over which she ranged distractedly till she reached Egypt, where Osiris married her, and was in connection with him worshipped as Isis.
Translations for io
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a person's own body and personality.
- نَفْس الإنسان وجَسَدُهArabic
- собствена личностBulgarian
- o euPortuguese (BR)
- das SelbstGerman
- uno mismoSpanish
- la personneFrench
- svoje“ja”, sam (pojedinac)Croatian
- saját magaHungarian
- persónan sjálfIcelandic
- 자기 자신Korean
- aš patsLithuanian
- jeg, ens egen person, selvetNorwegian
- własne jaPolish
- خپل ځان، پخپله، ذات، نفس، شخص: پرځان مينتوب، خپل چاريتوب، دځان مننه، خود خواهيPashto
- o euPortuguese
- eu, ego; sine(le)Romanian
- kendi, ben(lik)Turkish
- 自身，自我Chinese (Trad.)
- власна особа; самUkrainian
- کسی شخص یا شے کی اپنی ذاتUrdu
- bản thân, bản chấtVietnamese
- 自身，自我Chinese (Simp.)
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