乌咔咔
Can anyone explain me the diference between 'lunar' and 'selenic'?
Jun 9, 2010 3:29 AM
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乌咔咔, Selene is the ancient Greek goddess of the moon Luna is the ancient Roman goddess of the moon. "Selenic" is an adjective and a synonym for "lunar" They both mean.....of, relating to, or like the moon. Lunar is commonly used when referring to the moon; selenic is rare. Selenic also means.....of, relating to, or containing the element "selenium". The element was named after the moon when discovered in 1817 by the scientist Berzelius.
June 9, 2010
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