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Rosalind(rŏz`əlĭnd', rō`zə–), in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of UranusUranus
, in astronomy, 7th planet from the sun, at a mean distance of 1.78 billion mi (2.87 billion km), with an orbit lying between those of Saturn and Neptune; its period of revolution is slightly more than 84 years.
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Rosalind(roz -ă-lind) A small satellite of Uranus, discovered in 1986 from Voyager 2 photographs. See Uranus' satellites; Table 2, backmatter.
Collins Dictionary of Astronomy © Market House Books Ltd, 2006
A satellite of Uranus orbiting at a mean distance of 43,450 miles (69,930 kilometers) with a period of 13 hours 26 minutes, and with a diameter of about 36 miles (58 kilometers).
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her sylvan exile sets scene for comedy. [Br. Lit.: As You Like It]
disguises herself as a male. [Br. Lit.: As You Like It]
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