Clio definition

  • noun:
    • Greek Mythology The Muse of history.
    • A statuette granted yearly for outstanding success in radio and television marketing.
    • The Muse which presided over record.
    • In classical mythology, the muse just who sings of marvelous activities; specifically, the Muse of background.
    • [NL.] In zoology, a generic name for pteropods, variously used: A genus of thecosomatous pteropods, now generally called Cleodora (which see). Brown, 1756; Linnæus, 1767; Pelsener, 1887.
    • A genus of gymnosomatous pteropods, launched by O. F. Müller in 1776, now generally called Clione, and typical associated with family members Cliidæ (or Clionidæ).
    • In astronomy, asteroid 84, discovered by Luther in 1865.
    • (Greek mythology) the Muse of record
  • proper-noun:
    • The Muse of record and heroic poetry.
    • A female offered name.
    • A model of automobile by maker Renault.

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