any of the 12 constellations after which the signs of the zodiac are named: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, or Pisces
To the north and east of Capricornus we find Aquarius, which is also a zodiacal constellation.
Astronomy for Young Folks Isabel Martin Lewis
What zodiacal constellation came to the meridian at midnight on that date?
A Text-Book of Astronomy George C. Comstock
- Zodiacal light
a luminous tract in the sky, seen in the west after sunset or in the east before sunrise and thought to be the light reflected from a cloud of meteoric matter revolving round the sun. Historical Examples Night still gripped Crater Arzachel with its intolerable cold, but a zodiacal light in the sky whispered of […]
a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “life.”. Contemporary Examples The girl is Zoe Lihn, who will most likely need three open-heart surgeries to sustain her life. The Little People Mentioned in Obama’s Big Speech at the DNC Eliza Shapiro September 6, 2012 Zoe is undone by this and rips off her shirt […]
any of the free-swimming larva of certain crustaceans, as the crab, having rudimentary legs and a spiny carapace. Historical Examples As an illustration of this metamorphosis, we give figures of the zoea Taurus in two states, viz., Fig. The Ocean World: Louis Figuier It was called a zoea; but you can call it a Crab […]
any of the free-swimming larva of certain crustaceans, as the crab, having rudimentary legs and a spiny carapace. Historical Examples This is well seen in the nauplius of many Cirripedia (fig. 15) and in nearly all zoeae. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 7 Various noun (pl) zoeae, zoaeae (zəʊˈiːiː) zoeas, zoaeas the free-swimming […]