[yoo-roh-puh, yuh-] /yʊˈroʊ pə, yə-/
Also, Europe. Classical Mythology. a sister of Cadmus who was abducted by Zeus in the form of a bull and taken to Crete, where she bore him Rhadamanthus, Minos, and Sarpedon.
Astronomy. a large natural satellite of the planet Jupiter.
(Greek myth) a Phoenician princess who had three children by Zeus in Crete, where he had taken her after assuming the guise of a white bull. Their offspring were Rhadamanthus, Minos, and Sarpedon
the smallest of the four Galilean satellites of Jupiter. Diameter: 3138 km; orbital radius: 671 000 km
One of the four brightest satellites of Jupiter and the sixth in distance from the planet. It was originally sighted by Galileo. See Note at moon.
A combination of pan-European backbone services run by DANTE.
[yoo r-oh-pat-nt, yur-] /ˈyʊər oʊˌpæt nt, ˈyɜr-/ noun 1. a on inventions that is granted by a central authority under a unified European convention and is valid in participating European countries.
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noun 1. a beech, Fagus sylvatica, of Europe, cultivated in North America in many ornamental varieties.