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Juliet the heroine of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (1595), sometimes taken as a type of doomed young love.
Juliet cap a type of women's small ornamental cap, typically made of lace or net and often worn by brides. Recorded from the early 20th century, it is so named because it forms part of the traditional costume of the heroine of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

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Juliet (Uranus XI) One of the lesser satellites of Uranus, with a diameter of 42 km. It was discovered in 1986.

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Juliet, in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of Uranus.

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