Venus means 'the Goddess of Love."
Venus- named after the roman goddess of love for being pretty
Venus means "charm" in archaic Latin.
Venus - Roman myth name for goddess of love.
Venus was the name of the Roman goddess of love. It is equal to the Greek goddess Aphrodite and it means love or sexual desire in Latin.
Venus is the name of the goddess of love in Roman Mythology. Aphrodite is the goddess of love in Greek Mythology. Venus has no other name in Roman Mythology. There are epithets given to Venus that are used along with her name to describe aspects of her role or influence. For example, Venus Felix, which means Lucky Venus and Venus Libertina, which means Venus the Freedwoman. There are many of the epithets used to speak of Venus. For a full list and further detail about these see the related links.
the roman name for venus is venus. in Greece it is aphrodite.
well the answer to your question is the same as the greek name which she is the goddess of love, but her name also means foam. venus is her roman name
Brenda Venus's birth name is Brenda Gabrielle Venus.
There is no French name, they call her by the same name; Venus.
Sailor Venus's name is Mina.
the name of cupid's mother is venus for more info on venus visit her websitethe name of cupid's mother is venus for more info on venus visit her website
Because Venus was the brightest planet in the sky, the Romans named it Venus. Venus was the name of the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
Venus (or Aphrodite, Venus's Greek name) is the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Venus looked beautiful to the astronomers who named it.
Venus is the roman name for Aphrodite.
Another name for Venus is Aphrodite
Venus was the Roman name for the goddess of beauty.
her name is Hope Well
The name of Venus's Volcano is Maat Mons.
The name Venus comes from the name of a Roman god or goddess
Venus got its name from the goddess of love Venus
Venus IS her Latin name, Aphrodite her Greek counterpart.
The planet Venus got its name from the Greek goddess.