Definition of Virgo in English:

Virgo

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Pronunciation: /ˈvəːgəʊ
 
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1 Astronomy A large constellation (the Virgin), said to represent a maiden or goddess associated with the harvest. It contains several bright stars, the brightest of which is Spica, and a dense cluster of galaxies.
2 Astrology The sixth sign of the zodiac, which the sun enters about 23 August.
2.1 (a Virgo) (plural Virgos) A person born when the sun is in the sign of Virgo.
More example sentences
  • Most people know whether they are a Virgo, or a Taurus, or whatever.
  • You say that you do not * feel * like a Virgo, although your Sun is in Virgo.
  • In their day to day lives, many Virgos are quite quiet and submissive - despite, or perhaps because of this, a Virgo in the bedroom is often keen to be in control.

Origin

Latin.

Derivatives

Virgoan

Pronunciation: /ˈvəːgəʊən/
noun & adjective
sense 2.
More example sentences
  • How many Virgoans does it take to change a light bulb?
  • When it came to paying for the goods, the salesman trotted out his pitch for an extended warranty and, being a cautious Virgoan, I took it.
  • Yet suspicion of other people's culinary rectitude, along with the practicality of an earth sign, helps make well-adjusted Virgoans splendid cooks.

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