MEANING: noun: A woman of stately bearing and beauty.

ETYMOLOGY: After Juno, a goddess in Roman mythology. The name is from Latin Iuno, from iuvenis (young). Ultimately from the Indo-European root. yeu- (vital force), which also gave us youth, juvenile, rejuvenate, junior, and June. Earliest documented use: 1606. The adjectival form is junoesque.

JUG? NO! - I don't like moonshine

JUNIO - after hours at the Mayo Clinic, the next doctor spoke Spanish

JA-NO - bizarre fortune-telling device