Definition of Eridanus in English:

Eridanus

Line breaks: Eri|danus
Pronunciation: /ɛˈrɪdənəs
 
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Astronomy
A long straggling southern constellation (the River), said to represent the river into which Phaethon fell when struck by Zeus' thunderbolt.

Origin

Latin.

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