Cepheus

noun Ce·pheus \ ˈsē-ˌfyüs ; ˈsē-fē-əs , ˈse- \

Definition of Cepheus

: a constellation between Cygnus and the north pole

Origin and Etymology of cepheus

Latin (genitive Cephei), from Greek Kēpheus


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