Grus



[gruhs, groos] /grʌs, grus/

noun, genitive Gruis
[groo-is] /ˈgru ɪs/ (Show IPA). Astronomy.
1.
the Crane, a southern constellation between Indus and Piscis Austrinus.
/ɡrʊs/
noun (Latin genitive) Gruis (ˈɡruːɪs)
1.
a constellation in the S hemisphere lying near Phoenix and Piscis Austrinus and containing a first and a second magnitude star

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