from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In zoology: A genus of zygænid moths.
  • n. A genus of polyps.
  • n. A genus of worms
  • n. A genus of North American bees, of the family Andrenidæ, having the apical joint of the antennæ spoon-shaped. There are two species, E. apacha and E. heteropoda.
  • n. In astronomy, the fifteenth planetoid, discovered at Naples by De Gasparis in 1851.


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  • Eunomia looks like it means 'well-named' which is a weird self-referential pat on the back by the scientist/discoverers. "We're so good at naming things, this one is called the well-named bug." No. Eunomia is also a Greek goddess, where -nomia means order, not names. You get a pass, genus eunomia.

    May 5, 2015