Definition of Neptunian in English:

Neptunian

Syllabification: Nep·tu·ni·an
Pronunciation: /nepˈt(y)o͞onēən
 
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adjective

1Of or relating to the Roman sea god Neptune or to the sea.
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  • Mozart has constructed the role and the arias of Ilia - the captive, the lover - in such a way as to make her love appear as the principal antagonist to the dark Neptunian power.
  • Organising Neptunian fantasies into some sort of workable order sounds like a Herculean assignment - but the most awesome results can be achieved with the right kind of help.
2Of or relating to the planet Neptune.
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  • There are only three other places in the Solar System that definitely have volcanic activity: Venus, Earth and the Neptunian moon, Triton.
  • She had Venus in Pisces and Neptunian aspects to her Sun, Moon and Ascendant.
  • Some measure little more than half a mile across, and the newest discovery, a Neptunian moon, is almost 3 billion miles from Earth.
3 Geology, historical Advocating Neptunism.

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