Definition of Scorpio in English:

Scorpio

Syllabification: Scor·pi·o
Pronunciation: /ˈskôrpēˌō
 
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Astrology
1The eighth sign of the zodiac (the Scorpion), which the sun enters about October 23.
1.1 (a Scorpio) (plural Scorpios) A person born when the sun is in the sign of Scorpio.
More example sentences
  • For one - say a Scorpio - a full Moon in Taurus might reveal welcome information about money and sex.
  • I'm a Scorpio, and Scorpios devour their food.
  • You can always trust a Scorpio to keep your secrets.

Origin

Latin.

Derivatives

Scorpian

noun & adjective
More example sentences
  • Arians, Taureans and Cancerians are all 10%, Capricornians 11% and Leos 12% - Scorpians and Virgoans have an average number of accidents.
  • Leos, Pisceans and Taureans would all opt to slave over a hot stove, and Librans and Scorpians to wash the dishes.
  • This month's dish, featuring plum tomatoes and pancetta, should tantalise the Scorpian tastebuds.

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