09470762-n 'the second nearest planet to the sun';
Bulgarian Венера
Catalan Venus
Chinese (simplified) 太白星 , 金星
English Venus5
Basque Venus , Artizar
Finnish Venus
French Vénus
Hebrew נֹגַהּ , וֶנוּס , כּוֹכַב-הָעֶרֶב , כּוֹכַב-הַשַּׁחַר
Croatian Venera
Indonesian Venus
Icelandic kvöldstjarnan , dagstjarnan , Venus , morgunstjarnan
Italian Venere
Japanese 金星
Dutch Venus
Polish Wenus
Portuguese Vénus , Vênus
Swedish Venus
Thai ดาวประกายพรึก
Malaysian Zuhrah
donna di straordinaria bellezza
太陽から2番目の惑星; 回転が遅く逆行する(天王星を除く地球と他の全ての惑星と反対方向に)という点で、特有である; 「明けの明星」あるいは「宵の明星」として地球から見られる ― 宵の明星はビーナスと呼ばれ、明けの明星はルシファーと呼ばれていたが同じものであることが以前知られていた
the second nearest planet to the sun; it is peculiar in that its rotation is slow and retrograde (in the opposite sense of the Earth and all other planets except Uranus); it is visible from Earth as an early `morning star' or an `evening star' ― before it was known that they were the same object the evening star was called Venus and the morning star was called Lucifer
Type: inferior_planet terrestrial_planet
Holonym–Member: solar_system
Semantic Field: objectn
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