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Dysnomia, in astronomy, the moon, or natural satellite, of ErisEris,
in astronomy, the largest known dwarf planet. Eris, whose highly eccentric elliptical orbit ranges from 38 AU to 97 AU and is inclined more than 44°, is the largest known object of the Kuiper belt (see comet), with a diameter (1,445 mi/2,317 km) slightly larger than
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The names may reflect the ferocious infighting within the International Astronomical Union, Eris being the Greek Goddess of Strife, Dysnomia
the muse of anarchy.
However, he had dyslexia (difficulty reading words) and dysnomia
(difficulty naming objects).
Application of semantic feature analysis as a treatment for aphasic dysnomia