Definition of Pegasus in English:

Pegasus

Line breaks: Pega|sus
Pronunciation: /ˈpɛgəsəs
 
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1 Greek Mythology A winged horse which sprang from the blood of Medusa when Perseus cut off her head.
2 Astronomy A large northern constellation, said to represent a winged horse. The three brightest stars, together with one star of Andromeda, form the prominent Square of Pegasus.

Origin

via Latin from Greek.

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