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See also: urans, Urans, and urāns


 Urāns (dievs) on Latvian Wikipedia
 Urāns (planēta) on Latvian Wikipedia
Urāns (1)
Urāns (2)


From Ancient Greek Οὐρανός (Ouranós, Uranus (the god)), from οὐρανός (ouranós, sky, heaven).


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Urāns m (1st declension)

  1. (Greek mythology) Uranus (the god of the sky and heavens, son and husband to Gaia, with whom he fathered the Titans and the cyclops)
  2. (astronomy) Uranus (seventh (and third largest) planet of the Solar System; astronomic symbol: )


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