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List of adjectivals and demonyms of astronomical bodies

The adjectival forms of the names of astronomical bodies are not always easily predictable. Attested adjectival forms of the larger bodies are listed below, along with non-obvious derivations of some smaller bodies; in some cases these are accompanied by their demonymic equivalents, which denote purported inhabitants of these bodies.

For Classical (Greco-Roman) names, the adjectival form is normally derived from the genitive case, which may differ from the nominative case used in English for the noun form. For instance, for a large portion of names ending in -s, the genitive and therefore the adjective changes the -s to a -d, -t, or -r, as in Isis–Isidian and Ceres–Cererian;[note 1] occasionally an -n has been lost from the noun form, and reappears in the adjective, as in Pluto–Plutonian and Atlas–Atlantean.[note 2]

Many of the more recent or more obscure names are only attested in mythological or literary contexts, rather than in specifically astronomical contexts. Forms ending in -ish or -ine, such as "Puckish", are not included below if a derivation in -an is also attested. Rare forms, or forms only attested with spellings not in keeping with the IAU-approved spelling (such as c for k), are shown in italics.

Note on pronunciation

The suffix -ian is always unstressed: that is, /iən/. The related suffix -ean has traditionally been stressed, that is, /ˈən/; but in practice it is often pronounced as if it were -ian. This dichotomy should be familiar from the dual pronunciations of Caribbean as KARR-i-BEE-ən and kə-RIB-ee-ən.

Generic bodiesEdit

Name Adjective
asteroid asteroidal, asteroidic
comet cometary
cosmos, universe cosmic, cosmian, universal
ecliptic ecliptical, zodiacal
galaxy galactic, galactian
meteoroid meteoroidal
nebula nebular
planet planetary, planetic
planetoid planetoidal
quasar quasaric, quasarian
sky celestial
star astral, sidereal, siderean, stellar
supernova supernovan


Adjectival forms of constellations are used primarily for meteor showers. These are based on the genitive form of the constellation, which is used to name stars. (See List of constellations.) Independent adjectival forms are less common.

Name Adjective Adjective (product of)
Andromeda Andromedan Andromedid
Aquarius Aquarian Aquariid
Aries Arian Arietid
Auriga Aurigid
Bootes Bootid
Cancer Cancerian Cancrid
Carina Carinid
Capricorn Capricornian Capricornid
Centaurus Centaurean, Centaurian Centaurid
Cetus Cetid
Coma Berenices Coma Berenicid
Corona Austrina Corona Austrinid
Crux Crucid
Cygnus Cygnid
Dorado Doradid
Draco Draconid
Eridanus Eridanid
Gemini Geminian Geminid
Hydra, Hydrus Hydrid
Leo Leonic, Leonian, Leonean Leonid
Leo Minor Leo Minorid
Libra Libran Librid
Lyra Lyrid
Monoceros Monocerotid
Norma Normid
Ophiuchus Ophiuchid
Orion Orionid
Pavo Pavonid
Pegasus Pegasid
Perseus Perseid
Phoenix Phoenicid
Pisces Piscean, Piscian Piscid
Piscis Austrinus Piscis Austrinid
Puppis Puppid
Sagittarius Sagittarian Sagittariid
Scorpius Scorpionic Scorpiid
Taurus Taurean, Taurian Taurid
Ursa Major, Ursa Minor Ursid
Vela Velid
Virgo Virginis Virginid
zodiac zodiacal


Name Adjective Demonym
Sun, Sol, Helios Solar, Heliacal, Phoebean, Phebean Solarian
Trappist-1 Trappite
KIC 8462852 Boyajian
Proxima Centauri Proxima Centaurine
Przybylski's Star Przybylskensian


Name Adjective Demonym
Earth, Terra, Tellus, Gaia, Gaea earthly, Terran, Terrestrial, Terrene, Tellurian,[1] Telluric, Gaian, Gaean Earthling, Terran, Terrestrial, Tellurian, Earthian
Jupiter Jovian, Jovial, Jupiterian, Zeusian Jovian
Mars Martian, Martial, Arean[2] Martian
Mercury; Hermes (in the evening), Apollo (in the morning) Mercurian, Mercurial, Hermean/Hermeian, Cyllenian,[3] Cyllenean Mercurian, Hermean
Neptune Neptunian, Neptunial, Poseidean[4] Neptunian
Saturn Saturnian, Saturnine, Cronian,[4] Kronian,[5] Saturnial[6] Saturnian
Uranus Uranian, Caelian Uranian
Venus; Hesperus, Vesper (in the evening), Eosphorus, Phosphorus, Phosphor (in the morning), Lucifer (in the day) Venerian, Venusian, Cytherean,[7] Cytherian,[8] Hesperian,[9] Luciferian,[10] Phosphorian[11], Aphroditan[12][circular reference] Venusian, Cytherean


Name Adjective
91 Aegina Aeginetan[13]
29 Amphitrite Amphitritean
99942 Apophis Apophian[14]
404 Arsinoe Arsinoean[15]
105 Artemis Artemidean,[16] Artemidian,[17] Artemisian[18]
5 Astraea Astraean[1]
94 Aurora Aurorean, Auroral[19]
2063 Bacchus Bacchian,[20] Bacchean,[21] Bacchic (adj. only)
324 Bamberga Bambergian,[19] Bambergean
199 Byblis Byblian[22]
1 Ceres Cererian,[23] Cererean[24]
388 Charybdis Charybdian[19]
34 Circe Circean[19]
763 Cupido Cupidian, Cupidinian
403 Cyane Cyanean
65 Cybele Cybelean, Cybelian
133 Cyrene Cyrenian, Cyrenean[19]
511 Davida Davidian[25]
209 Dido Didonian[26]
423 Diotima Diotiman, Diotimean, Diotimian
48 Doris Dorian[19]
60 Echo Echonian,[27] Echoic (adj. only)
13 Egeria Egerian
59 Elpis Elpidian[28]
221 Eos Eoan /ˈ.ən/[29][30]
163 Erigone Erigonian[31]
433 Eros Erotian[32]
45 Eugenia Eugenian
15 Eunomia Eunomian
31 Euphrosyne Euphrosynean, Euphrosynian
52 Europa (as the moon)
27 Euterpe Euterpean
8 Flora Florian[citation needed]
1036 Ganymed (as the moon)
1272 Gefion Gefionian[33]
Asteroids (cont)
Name Adjective
6 Hebe Hebean[34]
121 Hermione Hermionean
10 Hygiea Hygiean[35]
1566 Icarus Icarian[36]
243 Ida Idæan (Idaean) › Idean[19]
173 Ino Inoan[37]
704 Interamnia Interamnian[19]
7 Iris Iridian[19]
42 Isis Isidian[38]
3 Juno Junonian[39][40]
22 Kalliope Calliopean, Calliopian
216 Kleopatra Cleopatrian
158 Koronis Koronian[citation needed]
20 Massalia Massalian[41]
18 Melpomene Melpomenean[42]
9 Metis Metidian[citation needed]
192 Nausikaa Nausicaan[43]
128 Nemesis Nemesian,[44][45][46] Nemesean[47]
44 Nysa Nysian[48][49]
2 Pallas Palladian[19]
11 Parthenope Parthenopian, Parthenopean
201 Penelope Penelopean
3200 Phaethon Phaetonian
16 Psyche Psychean[19]
665 Sabine Sabinian[50]
896 Sphinx Sphingian,[51] Sphinxian
87 Sylvia Sylvian
81 Terpsichore Terpsichorean
24 Themis Themistian[52]
17 Thetis Thetidian,[53] Thetian[54]
88 Thisbe Thisbean, Thisbian
279 Thule Thulean[19]
4179 Toutatis Toutatian[55]
92 Undina Undinian[56]
375 Ursula Ursulian
490 Veritas Veritasian[57]
4 Vesta Vestian,[58][59] Vestan,[60][61] Vestalian[62]
274301 Wikipedia Wikipedian
411 Xanthe Xanthean[63]
Trojans, Centaurs, and TNOs
Name Adjective
588 Achilles Achillean[19]
911 Agamemnon Agamemnonian[64]
55576 Amycus Amycian[65]
65489 Ceto Cetoean, Cetèan[66]
19521 Chaos Chaotian[67]
2060 Chiron Chironian, Chironean
53311 Deucalion Deucalionean, Deucalionian
Eris Eridian[68]
624 Hektor Hectorian[69]
28978 Ixion Ixionian[70]
58534 Logos Logian[71]
Makemake Makemakean[72]
7066 Nessus Nessian[73]
Nunam Nunaup(ian)[74]
90482 Orcus Orcean,[75] Orcan
617 Patroclus Patroclean[76]
Pluto Plutonian[19]
38083 Rhadamanthus Rhadamanthean, Rhadamanthian,
Rhadamanthyan, Rhadamanthan,
Rhadamanthine, Rhadamanthyne
Sila Silaup(ian)[74]
Varuna Varunian[77]
42355 Typhon Typhonian, Typhonean[78]


Earth and Mars
Name Adjective Demonym
Moon (Luna, Selene) Lunar, Selenian, Cynthian Lunarian, Selenite
Deimos Deimosian[79]
Phobos Phobian[35]
Name Adjective, demonym
Adrastea Adrastean[80]
Aitne Aetnean[81]
Amalthea Amalthean[82]
Ananke Anankean[83]
Aoede Aoedean[84]
Arche Archean
Autonoe Autonoean (expected[85])
Callirrhoe Callirrhoean (expected[85])
Callisto Callistoan,[86] Callistonian[87]
Carme Carmean[83]
Carpo Carpoan or Carponian (expected[88])
Chaldene Chaldenean (expected)[89]
Cyllene Cyllenean (also rare for Mercury)[90]
Elara ? Elarian[91]
Erinome Erinomean (expected[89])
Euanthe Euanthian[92]
Eukelade Euceladian[93]
Euporie Euporian (expected)[94]
Europa Europan[95]
Eurydome Eurydomean (expected[89])
Ganymede Ganymedean[96] Ganymese
Harpalyke Harpalykean (expected[89])
Hegemone Hegemonean (expected[89]), Hegemine
Helike Helikean[97]
Hermippe Hermippean[98]
Herse Hersean (expected[89])
Himalia Himalian[83]
Io Ionian[99] Ioer,
Iocaste Iocastean,[100] Jocastean
Isonoe Isonoean (expected[85])
Kale Kalean (expected[89]) Kalese
Kallichore Callichorean[101]
Kalyke Calycian[102]
Kore Korean (expected[89]), Korish
Leda Ledean,[103] Ledian[104]
Lysithea Lysithean[83]
Megaclite Megaclitean (expected[89])
Metis Metidian/Metidean[105]
Mneme Mnemean (expected[89])
Orthosie Orthosian[106]
Pasiphae Pasiphaean[107]
Pasithee Pasithean[108]
Praxidike Praxidician[109]
Sinope Sinopean,[110] Sinopian[111]
Sponde Spondean[112]
Taygete Taygetian, Taygetean[113]
Thebe Thebean, Theban
Thelxinoe Thelxinoean (expected[85]), Thelxinone
Themisto Themistian, Themistean
Thyone Thyonean[114]
Name Adjective, demonym
Aegaeon Aegaeonic[115] (adj. only)
Albiorix Albiorigian (expected)[116], Alborician
Anthe ? Anthean[117]
Atlas Atlantean[118] Atalite
Bebhionn Bebhionnian (expected) Bebhionnite
Calypso Calypsonian[19], Calypsic
Daphnis Daphnean,[119] Daphnidian,[120] Daphnidean[121]
Dione Dionean[122][123], Dionese
Enceladus Enceladan,[124][125] Enceladean,[126][127] Enceladian[83] Enceladi
Epimetheus Epimethean[128][129]
Erriapus Erriapian (expected[130]), Erriapan
Fenrir Fenrian[131]
Helene Helenean[132]
Hyperion Hyperionian[133], Hyperiine
Iapetus Iapetian,[134] Japetian[19]
Ijiraq Ijiraup(ian), Ijiraqan[74]
Janus Janian[135][136]
Kiviuq Kiviup(ian), Kiviuqan[74]
Methone Methonean[137]
Mimas Mimantean,[127] Mimantian,[138] Mimasian[139]
Paaliaq Paaliap(ian), Paaliaqan[74]
Pallene Pallenean[140]
Pan Pandean[19]
Pandora Pandoran[19][141]
Phoebe Phoebean (also rare for the Sun)[19]
Polydeuces Polydeucean,[142] Polydeucian[143]
Prometheus Promethean[19][124]
Rhea Rhean[144][145]
Siarnaq Siarnaup(ian), Siarnaqan[74]
Skathi Skathian[146]
Surtur Surtian (expected)[147]
Suttungr Suttungian (expected)[147]
Tarqeq Tarqiup,[148] Tarqeqian, Tarqiupian[74]
Tarvos Tarvian (expected)[149]
Telesto Telestoan or Telestonian (expected[88][150])
Tethys Tethyan[19][151][152]
Thrymr Thrymian (expected)[147]
Titan Titanian (also of Titania),[153][154] Titanean[155],Titanite
Ymir Ymirian[156] Ymiri
Name Adjective, demonym
Ariel Arielian[83][157]
Belinda ?
Bianca Biancan[158]
Caliban Calibanian[159]
Cordelia Cordelian
Cressida Cressidian[160]
Cupid Cupidian[161]
Desdemona Desdemonan,[162] Desdemonian,[163] Desdemonean[164]
Ferdinand Ferdinandian[165]
Francisco Francisconian[166]
Juliet Juliettish[167] (adj. only)
Mab Mabbish[168] (adj. only)
Margaret Margaretian[169]
Miranda Mirandan,[170] Mirandian[171]
Oberon Oberonian[172]
Ophelia Ophelian[173]
Perdita Perditean[174]
Portia Portian[175]
Prospero Prosperonian,[176] Prosperian[177]
Puck Puckian[178]
Rosalind ? Rosalindian[179]
Setebos Setebosian[180]
Stephano Stephanonian[181]
Sycorax Sycoraxian[182]
Titania Titanian (also of Titan)
Trinculo ?
Umbriel Umbrielian
Name Adjective, demonym
Despina Despinian (expected)
Galatea Galatean[183]
Halimede Halimedean (expected[89])
Laomedeia Laomedian[184]
Larissa Larissean,[185] Larissan,[186] Larissian[187]
Naiad Naiadian[188]
Nereid Nereidian,[35] Nereidean[189]
Neso Nesoan or Nesonian (expected[88])
Proteus Protean[19]
Psamathe Psamathian[190]
Sao Saoan or Saonian (expected[88])
Thalassa Thalassian[191]
Triton Tritonian[192]
Pluto and other planetoids
Name Adjective, demonym
Charon (Pluto I) Charonian[19]
Dactyl (Ida I) Dactylian
Dysnomia (Eris I) Dysnomian
Echidna (Typhon I) Echidnean, Echidnian
Hydra (Pluto III) Hydrian[193], Hydran
Linus (Kalliope I) Linian[194], Linun
Menoetius (Patroclus I) Menoetian[195]
Nix (Pluto II) Nictian
Phorcys (Ceto I) Phorcyan, Phorcian
Remus (Sylvia II) Reman
Romulus (Sylvia I) Romulian,[196] Romulean,[197] Romulan
Vanth (Orcus I) Vanthian (expected)
Zoe (Logos I) Zoean (expected[89])


Name Adjective
Milky Way Galaxy Galactic,[198] Lacteal[199]
Andromeda Galaxy Andromedan
Magellanic Clouds Magellanic

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ This is reflected in Russian and Italian, where both nominal and adjectival forms derive from the genitive:
    Russian Transcription Italian English
    Плутон Pluton Plutone Pluto Plutonian
    Юнона Junona Giunone Juno Junonian
    Церера Tserera Cerere Ceres Cererian
    Атлант Atlant Atlante Atlas Atlantean
    Мимант Mimant Mimante ~ Mima Mimas Mimantean
    Паллада Pallada Pallade Pallas Palladian
    Эрида Erida Eride Eris Eridian
    Ирида Irida Iride Iris Iridian
    Метида Metida Metide ~ Meti Metis Metidian
    Фетида Fetida Tetide ~ Teti Thetis Thetidian
    Изида Izida Iside ~ Isi Isis Isidian
    Эрот Erot (Eros) Eros Erotian

    (Italian Erote is avoided for euphemistic reasons; the alternative forms Mima, Meti, Teti, Isi are loans from the French.)

    However, in other cases the final consonant is not part of the root and so is dropped in Russian and Italian:

    Russian Transcription Italian English
    Икар Ikar Icaro Icarus Icarian
    Харибда Haribda Cariddi Charybdis Charybdian
    Ахилл Ahill Achille Achilles Achillean
    Несс Ness Nesso Nessus Nessian
    Орк Ork Orco Orcus Orcean

    This approach is not foolproof; note Italian Eros above and Russian Немесида Nemesida (Nemesis), but Italian Nemesi and English adj. Nemesian.

  2. ^ Other cases of epenthetic -n- are not original to the root, but are added to form an adjective by analogy with Plutonian, as in Callistonian for Callistoan.


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