(vēʹnəs) noun. The second planet from the sun, having an average radius of 6,052 kilometers (3,760 miles), a mass 0.815 times that of Earth, and a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 224.7 days at a mean distance of approximately 108.1 million kilometers (67.2 million miles), (planet) Zuhrah.
Venus (vēʹnəs) noun. Roman Mythology. The goddess of sexual love and physical beauty, (dewi) Venus.