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Unique Planet Name List

Friends, the list of 100 Unique Planet Names is given below, you can see them and know their meanings or origin.

  1. Aetheria – Derived from the Greek word “aether,” meaning “upper air” or “pure, fresh air.”
  2. Astronova – A combination of “astro” (related to stars) and “nova” (meaning “new” or “bright”).
  3. Bellatrix – Latin for “female warrior” or “female warrior of the battlefield.”
  4. Caelum – Derived from the Latin word “caelum,” meaning “heaven” or “sky.”
  5. Celestia – Derived from the Latin word “caelestis,” meaning “heavenly” or “celestial.”
  6. Cosmora – A combination of “cosmos” (meaning “universe”) and “mora” (derived from the Latin word “moris,” meaning “custom” or “habit”).
  7. Elysium – Derived from Greek mythology, Elysium refers to a paradise where the blessed souls reside after death.
  8. Galaxia – Derived from the Greek word “galaxias,” meaning “milky” or “milky way.”
  9. Helion – Derived from the Greek word “helios,” meaning “sun.”
  10. Ignis – Latin for “fire” or “flame.”
  11. Jovis – Derived from the Latin word “Jovis,” meaning “Jupiter,” the largest planet in our solar system.
  12. Koriolis – Derived from the Coriolis effect, a phenomenon related to the rotation of the Earth.
  13. Lunastra – A combination of “luna” (Latin for “moon”) and “astra” (Latin for “stars”).
  14. Marsalis – A combination of “Mars” (the fourth planet in our solar system) and “alis,” meaning “noble” or “honorable.”
  15. Nebulae – Derived from the Latin word “nebula,” meaning “cloud” or “mist.”
  16. Novaris – Derived from the Latin word “novus,” meaning “new” or “fresh.”
  17. Orionis – Derived from the constellation Orion, a prominent constellation in the night sky.
  18. Phoenix – Named after the mythical bird that is reborn from its ashes.
  19. Quasar – Derived from “quasi-stellar radio source,” a celestial object that emits intense energy.
  20. Radiance – Refers to the emission of light or energy.
  21. Solaris – Derived from “solar,” meaning “related to the sun.”
  22. Tenebris – Latin for “darkness” or “shadows.”
  23. Utopia – Derived from the Greek words “ou” (meaning “not”) and “topos” (meaning “place”).
  24. Vega – Named after the brightest star in the constellation Lyra.
  25. Zenith – Refers to the highest point in the sky above an observer.
  26. Arcadia – Derived from Greek mythology, Arcadia refers to a peaceful and idyllic place.
  27. Belluna – A combination of “bellus” (Latin for “beautiful”) and “luna” (Latin for “moon”).
  28. Capella – Named after the star Capella, the brightest star in the constellation Auriga.
  29. Delphius – Derived from the Greek word “delphis,” meaning “dolphin.”
  30. Eridanus – Named after the constellation Eridanus, which represents the mythical river.
  31. Fortuna – Derived from the Latin word “fortuna,” meaning “fortune” or “luck.”
  32. Galatea – Named after Galatea, a sea nymph in Greek mythology.
  33. Harmonia – Derived from the Greek word “harmonia,” meaning “harmony” or “agreement.”
  34. Icaria – Named after Icarus, the character from Greek mythology who flew too close to the sun.
  35. Jovia – Derived from “Jovis,” meaning “Jupiter.”
  36. Kaleidos – Derived from the Greek word “kalos,” meaning “beautiful,” and “eidos,” meaning “form” or “shape.”
  37. Lyra – Named after the constellation Lyra, which represents the lyre of Orpheus.
  38. Meridian – Refers to the line passing through the zenith and connecting the North and South poles.
  39. Naiad – Named after the nymphs of Greek mythology who preside over bodies of fresh water.
  40. Olympus – Named after Mount Olympus, the legendary home of the Greek gods.
  41. Pallas – Named after Pallas, the second largest asteroid in the asteroid belt.
  42. Quantum – Refers to the smallest measurable unit of a physical property.
  43. Rhea – Named after Rhea, the Titaness and mother of Zeus in Greek mythology.
  44. Selene – Named after Selene, the Greek goddess of the moon.
  45. Titanis – Derived from the Titans, a group of powerful deities in Greek mythology.
  46. Ursa – Named after the constellation Ursa Major or Ursa Minor, also known as the Big and Little Dipper.
  47. Valkyria – Named after the mythical female figures in Norse mythology who choose the slain warriors to enter Valhalla.
  48. Zephyrus – Named after Zephyrus, the Greek god of the west wind.
  49. Adara – Derived from the Arabic word “adārah,” meaning “virgin” or “pure.”
  50. Belenus – Named after Belenus, a sun god worshipped in Celtic mythology.
  51. Calypso – Named after Calypso, a nymph who held Odysseus captive in Greek mythology.
  52. Dione – Named after Dione, a Titaness and mother of Aphrodite in Greek mythology.
  53. Endymion – Named after Endymion, a shepherd loved by the moon goddess Selene in Greek mythology.
  54. Feronia – Named after Feronia, an ancient Roman goddess associated with fertility and abundance.
  55. Gaia – Named after Gaia, the Greek goddess personifying the Earth.
  56. Hydra – Named after the constellation Hydra, the largest constellation in the night sky.
  57. Indra – Named after Indra, the ancient Hindu god of thunder and rain.
  58. Kasai – Derived from the Swahili word “kasai,” meaning “fire.”
  59. Lysander – Derived from the Greek words “lysis” (meaning “freedom”) and “andros” (meaning “man”).
  60. Mirabilis – Latin for “wonderful” or “astonishing.”
  61. Nereus – Named after Nereus, a sea god in Greek mythology.
  62. Ophelia – Named after Ophelia, a character in Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet.”
  63. Pavo – Named after the constellation Pavo, which represents a peacock.
  64. Quillon – Derived from the word “quill,” referring to a writing instrument.
  65. Regulus – Named after the star Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation Leo.
  66. Seraphina – Derived from the Hebrew word “seraph,” meaning “fiery one” or “burning one.”
  67. Tethys – Named after Tethys, a Titaness and wife of Oceanus in Greek mythology.
  68. Umbriel – Named after Umbriel, a moon of Uranus discovered by William Herschel in 1851.
  69. Vespera – Derived from the Latin word “vesper,” meaning “evening” or “nightfall.”
  70. Zaraq – Derived from the Arabic word “zaraq,” meaning “sparkle” or “shine.”
  71. Aetherius – Derived from the Greek word “aether,” meaning “upper air” or “pure, fresh air.”
  72. Astraia – Derived from the Greek word “astraios,” meaning “star.”
  73. Borealis – Derived from the Latin word “boreas,” meaning “north wind.”
  74. Ceres – Named after Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture and grain crops.
  75. Dysis – Derived from the Greek word “dysis,” meaning “sunset.”
  76. Elara – Named after Elara, a moon of Jupiter discovered by Charles Dillon Perrine in 1905.
  77. Fornax – Named after the constellation Fornax, which represents a furnace or a kiln.
  78. Gaius – Derived from the Roman cognomen “Gaius,” meaning “rejoice” or “glad.”
  79. Hyacinth – Named after the flower hyacinth, associated with rebirth and spring.
  80. Ignatius – Derived from the Latin word “ignis,” meaning “fire.”
  81. Juno – Named after Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage and childbirth.
  82. Kepler – Named after Johannes Kepler, the German astronomer and mathematician.
  83. Libra – Named after the constellation Libra, which represents the scales of justice.
  84. Minerva – Named after Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom and strategic warfare.
  85. Nix – Named after Nix, a moon of Pluto discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2005.
  86. Oceania – Derived from the Greek word “okeanos,” meaning “ocean.”
  87. Perseus – Named after Perseus, the hero from Greek mythology who slayed Medusa.
  88. Quinarius – Derived from the Latin word “quinarius,” meaning “half” or “half-value.”
  89. Rigel – Named after the star Rigel, the brightest star in the constellation Orion.
  90. Serenity – Refers to a state of calmness or tranquility.
  91. Taurus – Named after the constellation Taurus, which represents a bull.
  92. Urania – Named after Urania, the Greek muse of astronomy.
  93. Vega – Named after the star Vega, the brightest star in the constellation Lyra.
  94. Wisteria – Named after the flowering plant wisteria, known for its beautiful hanging clusters of flowers.
  95. Xenon – Named after the chemical element xenon, which is used in various lighting applications.
  96. Yara – Derived from the indigenous Tupi-Guarani mythology, Yara is a water goddess associated with the Amazon River.
  97. Zephyr – Named after Zephyrus, the Greek god of the west wind.
  98. Aiolos – Named after Aiolos, the Greek god of the winds.
  99. Belladonna – Derived from the Italian words “bella” (meaning “beautiful”) and “donna” (meaning “woman”).
  100. Celestine – Derived from the Latin word “caelestis,” meaning “heavenly” or “celestial.”

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