Because of its large size, it was originally considered a planet; however, its shape and location required it to be redefined as one of the thousands of known asteroids. It is often treated as a minor planet. Juno is named after the Greek queen of the gods who is also the goddess of marriage. Some astrologers consider Juno to be important and use it in their computations. Keywords for Juno used by astrologers for interpretations include: spouse, wife, partnerships, law giver, judge, women's issues, weather, money, and seduction. Depending upon its location in a chart, Juno can also represent rape, sex as a weapon, spousal abuse, and persons so abused. May sometimes refer to alternative lifestyle relationships.