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Triangulum Australe

Syllabification: Tri·an·gu·lum Aus·tra·le
Pronunciation: /trīˌaNGɡyələm ôˈstrālē
 
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Astronomy

Definition of Triangulum Australe in English:

1A small southern constellation (the Southern Triangle), lying in the Milky Way near the south celestial pole.
1.1 (as genitive Trianguli Australis /trīˈaNGɡyəlē ôˈstrālis, trīˈaNGɡyəˌlī/) Used with a preceding letter or numeral to designate a star in this constellation: the star Alpha Trianguli Australis

Origin

Latin.

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