Plu·to (plt) PLUTE (Plutón)
1. Roman Mythology The god of the dead and the ruler of the underworld.
2. A dwarf planet classified as the ninth planet in our solar system, having sidereal period of revolution about the sun of distant at perihelion at aphelion, and a diameter less than half that of Earth.
[Latin Plt, Pltn-, from Greek Ploutn, from ploutos, wealth (from the belief that the underworld was the source of wealth from the ground); see pleu- in Indo-European roots.]
1. (Historical Terms) the code name of pipelines laid under the English Channel to supply fuel to the Allied forces landing in Normandy. Key, Chord, Note, Mark, Code, Rank, Range, Feature, Character, Plume, Peculiarity, Action, Plot, Land, Flash, Wit, Wish, Wisdom, Culture, Voice, Panel, Court, Vital, Type, Input, Enter, Call, Basis, Means, Source,
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth the god of the underworld; Hades
1. (Celestial Objects) the second-largest dwarf planet in the solar system, located in the Kuiper belt; discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh (1906-97); classified as a planet until 2006, when it was reclassified as a dwarf planet. It has a diameter of 2390 km
[Latin, from Greek Ploutōn, literally: the rich one]
Plu•to (ˈplu toʊ)
1. Hades (def. 2).
2. the planet ninth in order from the sun, having an equatorial diameter of about 1400 mi. (2250 km), a mean distance from the sun of 3.674 billion mi. (5.914 billion km), a period of revolution of 248.53 years, and one known moon.
Table, solar, system, kosmo, gizmo, place, prone, plate, panel, channel, champ, campus, pile, circus, round, block, equip, unity, world,
Crude, drunk, cold, tacky, freeze, piss,