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the meaning of the moon in greek language, also a girls' name not very popular because only the worthy can have the name. it is also a person who is attractive, gorgeous, joyess, strong, friendly, shy at times but knows how to have a good time, trust worthy, responsible and gets easily mad but knows how to control the inter fury.
Who's the next door neighbor? she's selenia not yet my friend but soon to be.
by wherethemooncrossedthesun July 07, 2011
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Someone who used to be a potential girlfriend/boyfriend, but no longer is.
Tim: Zack, is that your exgirlfriend?
Zack: No, she's an expotential. We never actually dated...
by brownsuite September 24, 2011
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An amazing hilarious girl. Has a sweet and gorgeous smile. And a huge rack. A girl that you can easily fall in love with, she has a heart of gold. Not afraid to change up the rules. She will change your life in an instant. When you meet her she is someone you never want to let go of. Wife material. A lady in the streets, but a freak in the sheets. Don't let her sweet demeanor fool you, she is a 10 out of 10 in bed.
"Have you seen Selenia?" "Yeah, the smile on her is amazing!"
by Detriot Stunner January 20, 2012
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Element #34 with the symbol Se. Selenium usually comes as a smooth, black, glossy solid, like a chunk of sexy chocolate. It can also occur as a red powder, which is much more reactive than the black counterpart. Selenium has many applications in today's world, such as being a key ingredient in vitamin supplements and shampoos, solar cells, photoconductors, batteries, fertilizers, and glass production. One property unique to Selenium is that it is quite sensitive to light. This strange characteristic paved the way for the development of solar panels and other devices that utilise light/electricity. Selenium gets its name from the Greek "Selene", which means "moon". The reason for this is because at the time of its discovery, Selenium was placed directly above Tellurium on the periodic table. And Tellurium's name was derived from the Latin "Tellus", which meant "earth". It made perfect sense to name an element after a celestial body with correlation to another similarly-named element.
Selenium is also used in Manganese Electrolysis.
by CHNOPS July 09, 2020
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