Io Definition

īō, ēō
noun
A maiden loved by Zeus and changed into a heifer by jealous Hera or, in some tales, by Zeus to protect her.
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The third largest satellite of Jupiter: discovered in 1610 by Galileo and found in 1979 to be volcanically active.
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A type of moth, the io moth.

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symbol
Ionium.
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interjection
An exclamation of joy or triumph.
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abbreviation

The ccTLD for British Indian Ocean Territory as assigned by the IANA.

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other
The computer component that receives data from or transmits data to a system or device, such as a buffer, peripheral, storage unit, or another computer across a network.
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Origin of Io

  • From Latin; compare Ancient Greek ἰώ (iō, “oh!”).

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  • Modern Latin, from Ancient Greek ἰώ (iṓ, “Io”).

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  • Latin Īō from Greek

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition