Meaning : Heavenly,

Origin : Greek, Greek Mythology (Latinized),

Pronunciation : yuw-RAY-nee-ə (English)  ,

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Urania Expression, Urania Soul Urge, Urania Inner Dream


Numerology information Urania:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Additional information Urania:

additionalGreek Meaning: The name Urania is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Urania is: Heavenly.

additionalLatinized form of OURANIA


Definition funny of Urania:

urbanIt's a radioactive element you dumbass.

urbanOne of the Nine Muses of Greek mythology, Urania presides over astronomy, astrology and astronomical writers. In art, she was depicted pointing to a globe with a rod.

urbanA daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, Urania is the Greek muse of astronomy.

urbanUranium is element number 92 on the Periodic table. The best soft of Uranium you can use for making bombs is Uranium 235 (This means that is only has 235 nucleons)

urbanHi Papa! I brought homoe some Uranium 238, let's make a bomb! Son, r u dumb! This is not gut enoff! Get some Uranium 235!

urbanA show on Fuse where Juliya, the host, interviews bands badly.


Expression information Urania:

expressionPeople with this name tend to initiate events, to be leaders rather than followers, with powerful personalities. They tend to be focused on specific goals, experience a wealth of creative new ideas, and have the ability to implement these ideas with efficiency and determination. They tend to be courageous and sometimes aggressive. As unique, creative individuals, they tend to resent authority, and are sometimes stubborn, proud, and impatient.


Soul information Urania:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition.


Songs about Urania:

songsUrania by Lungfish from the Album Indivisible

songsOh Urania (Take Me Away) by Andrew Gold from the Album Thank You For Being a Friend: The Best Of Andrew Gold (US Release)

songsPraetorius: Gradual hymn: "Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her" - Musae Sioniae V (1607)/ Urania (1613) by Congregational Choir Of Roskilde Cathedral from the Album Praetorius: Mass

songsUrania by Mono/Poly from the Album Golden Skies

songsUrania (Christmas) by Shelley Phillips, Deby Benton Grosjean, Barry Phillips, Linda Burman-Hall lars Johannesson from the Album Colonial Christmas

songsAvanti Urania by Marco Balderi Chiara Taigi from the Album Giacomo Puccini : Miroir d'amour (Arie d'opera e da camera)

songsAvanti Urania by Tine Thing Helseth/Kathryn Stott from the Album Tine


Books about Urania:

booksTo Urania: Poems by Joseph Brodsky (Sep 1, 1988)

booksUrania: Ceremonial Magic of the Goddess by Olivia Robertson and Fellowship of Isis (Jul 22, 2014)

booksUrania by Camille Flammarion and Augusta R. Stetson (Mar 3, 2006)

booksTo Urania: Selected Poems, 1965-85 by Joseph Brodsky (1988)

booksURANIA: Über die Harmonie der Sphären und den Weg zur inneren und äusseren Freiheit (German Edition) by Christoph August Tiedge and Rainer Gölz (Jul 12, 2014)

booksUrania's Mirror or A View of the Heavens (A Facsimile Edition of the First American Edition Published in 1832)... by Designed by a Lady (2004)

booksUrania: A Romance (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe) by Giulia Bigolina (Jan 3, 2005)


Movies about Urania:

moviesLandscape in Pastel: Reflections of Monet's Garden with Urania Christy Tarbet PG - Runtime: 1 hr 33 mins


Wiki information Urania:

Deity, Fictional Character, Name source, Person Or Being In Fiction

Urania was, in Greek mythology, the muse of astronomy and a daughter of Zeus by Mnemosyne and also a great granddaughter of Uranus. Some accounts list her as the mother of the musician Linus by Apollo, and Hymenaeus also is said to have been a son of...

Science fiction Magazine, Periodical, Magazine

Urania is an Italian science fiction magazine published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore since October 10, 1952. The current editor is Giuseppe Lippi.