Juno (n.)
Roman supreme goddess, wife of Jupiter, associated with the Moon, childbirth, marriage, and female identity
AC III.xi.28[Cleopatra to all] O, Juno!
AC IV.xv.34[Cleopatra to Antony] Had I great Juno's power, / The strong-winged Mercury should fetch thee up / And set thee by Jove's side
AW III.iv.13[Steward reading Helena's letter, of Bertram] I, his despiteful Juno, sent him forth
AYL I.iii.73[Celia to Duke, of her and Rosalind] wheresoe'er we went, like Juno's swans / Still we went coupled and inseparable
AYL V.iv.138[Hymen's song] Wedding is great Juno's crown
Cor II.i.96[Volumnia to Menenius] For the love of Juno, let's go
Cor IV.ii.53[Volumnia to Virgilia] lament as I do, / In anger, Juno-like
Cym III.iv.167.1[Pisanio to Innogen] You made great Juno angry
Cym IV.ii.50[Guiderius to Arviragus and Belarius, of disguised Innogen] He ... sauced our broths, as Juno had been sick, / And he her dieter
Cym V.iv.32[Sicilius to the other spirits] With Mars fall out, with Juno chide
KL II.iv.21.1[Kent to Lear] By Juno, I swear ay!
LLL IV.iii.116[Dumaine reading his love poem] Thou for whom Jove would swear / Juno but an Ethiop were
Per II.iii.30[Thaisa to herself] By Juno, that is queen of marriage
Per V.i.111[Pericles to Marina, of her features] In pace another Juno
PP.16.16Thou for whom Jove would swear / Juno but an Ethiop were
TC I.ii.121[Cressida to Pandarus] Juno have mercy
Tem IV.i.75.1[stage direction] Juno descends
TNK I.i.63[Theseus to First Queen] Not Juno's mantle fairer then your tresses
TNK I.ii.21[Palamon to Arcite] I ... wish great Juno would / Resume her ancient fit of jealousy / To get the soldier work
TNK IV.ii.20[Emilia alone, of Arcite's brow] Arched like the great-eyed Juno's
WT IV.iv.121[Perdita to Florizel, of violets] sweeter than the lids of Juno's eyes
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