We have listed below the Roman goddess whos an anagram of 64-Across crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on January 5 2023 in the New York Times crossword puzzle.
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Roman goddess whos an anagram of 64-Across NYT crossword answer is:
- Length: 4 letters
- Meaning: LUNA is the Roman goddess of the moon. She was the daughter of Saturn and the sister of Jupiter, and was associated with the cycles of the moon and the night. She is often portrayed as a goddess of life and death, and is associated with fertility and protection.
- Other possible solutions: LYRA (44%), ULNA (2%), ALUM (1%), LUNY (1%), ULNA (1%)
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