Capricornus



Capricorn (defs 1, 2).
Historical Examples

The Works of Sir Thomas Browne Thomas Browne
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens
The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan
Ten Books on Architecture Vitruvius
Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk Thomas Browne
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens
The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan
Palamon and Arcite John Dryden
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens

noun (Latin genitive) -ni (-naɪ)
a faint zodiacal constellation in the S hemisphere, lying between Sagittarius and Aquarius
Capricorn (kāp’rĭ-kôrn’) or Capricornus
(kāp’rĭ-kôrn’)
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Aquarius and Sagittarius. Capricorn (the Goat) is the tenth sign of the zodiac.

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