2. Roman god of the Underworld, connected by parallel with the Greek Hades. The Roman Pluto (or more accurately Plutus) was more a divinity of the riches found under the earth such as silver and gold and hence a god of wealth, as referenced in the latter-day term plutocracy (political rule by the wealthy). Because these substances were mined from a physical underworld, Pluto is often associated as well with a spiritual underworld, or the land of the dead, hence the latter-day link to Hades.
3. Also spelt Plouto, a nymph in Greek mythology, the mother of Tantalus by Zeus. The daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.
4. Mickey Mouse's pet dog. Introduced in Disney's cartoons in 1930, the year of the dwarf planet's discovery, hence the name. A relatively naturalistic character, as opposed to the anthropomorphic dog Goofy.
5. An inbred mutant from the film franchise The Hills Have Eyes.
By Pluto's grace, may Cornelius Arvensis grow filthy rich.
Pluto was flaunting herself in the River Lethe again.
Mickey could no longer control Pluto, and when Pluto smelled something interesting Mickey was pulled right up the creek on the lead.
If Mickey's a mouse and Goofy's a dog, what's Pluto?
Pluto watched intently from behind the red rock as the station wagon negotiated the rutted road.
2. a star -rock\pop etc - who is talked about a lot in the press as though they are the next big thing, but then never deliver the goods.
After the planet - which is no longer a planet!
2. Pete Doherty is just a total pluto