a blue-white giant star in the constellation Orion, with apparent magnitude +1.63.
Contemporary Examples

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Historical Examples

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Astronomy for Amateurs Camille Flammarion
A Field Book of the Stars William Tyler Olcott
Starman’s Quest Robert Silverberg

the third brightest star in the constellation Orion

In astrology it was the natal star of all destined to great civil or military honors, and rendered women born under its influence lucky and loquacious; or as old Thomas Hood said, “Women born under this constellation shall have mighty tongues.” [Allen]


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