Jupiter, the Roman god
Origin of Jove; from Classical Latin Jovis (used as genitive of Juppiter, Jupiter) ; from Old Latin Jovis (gen. Jovis) ; from Indo-European an unverified form diwes, genitive of an unverified form dyēus (from source Classical Greek Zeus) ; from base an unverified form dei-, to gleam, shine from source deity
an exclamation used to express astonishment, emphasis, etc.
Origin of JoveMiddle English, from Archaic Latin Iovis or from Latin Iov-, stem of Iuppiter; see dyeu- in Indo-European roots.
- (Roman mythology) Jupiter, god of the sky.
From Iove, ablative of Iovis.