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noun (Latin genitive) Camelopardi (kəˌmɛləˈpɑːdaɪ) Camelopardalis (kəˌmɛləˈpɑːdəlɪs)
a faint extensive constellation in the N hemisphere close to Ursa Major and Cassiopeia


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