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What god was Pluto named from?
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The name Pluto was proposed by an eleven year old girl from Oxford England. She was interested in astronomy and classical mythology. Pluto was the god of underworld in ancient Greek religion and myth, and he represents a positive concept of the god who presides over the afterlife.

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