iOS

io

[ee-oh]
noun, plural ios.
a small hawk, Buteo solitarius, having two plumage phases and occurring only on the island of Hawaii, where it is a rare species and the only living indigenous bird of prey.
Also called Hawaiian hawk.


Origin:
< Hawaiian ʿio

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Io

[ahy-oh, ee-oh]
noun
1.
Classical Mythology. a woman who, being loved by Zeus, was transformed into a white heifer and was, at the wish of Hera, first guarded by Argus and later pursued through the world by a gadfly until she reached Egypt, where she resumed her true shape: identified by the Egyptians with Isis.
2.
Astronomy. a large volcanically active moon of the planet Jupiter.

Io

[ahy-oh, ee-oh]
noun, plural Ios.
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io
 
the internet domain name for
British Indian Ocean Territory

Io1 (ˈaɪəʊ)
 
n
Greek myth a maiden loved by Zeus and turned into a white heifer by either Zeus or Hera

Io2 (ˈaɪəʊ)
 
n
the innermost of the four Galilean satellites of Jupiter, displaying intense volcanic activity. Diameter: 3640 km; orbital radius: 422 000 km

Io3
 
the chemical symbol for
ionium

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Io   (ī'ō, ē'ō)  Pronunciation Key 
One of the four brightest satellites of Jupiter and the fifth in distance from the planet. It was first sighted by Galileo. See Note at moon.
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IOS definition


Internetworking Operating System
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IO
intraocular
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