Mistress lucida, you did once love me; if you do still, no more words, but give me your hand.
The lucida, or chief star, in the ancient constellation Pegasus.
His "glittering shafts" are of course the sunbeams, the "lucida tela diei" of Lucretius.
Ne'er look upon me, Mistress lucida; time was, time is, and time's pass'd.
One of the ancient constellations, of which the lucida is the well-known nautical star Betelgeuze.
The lucida of the ancient constellation Cassiopeia, and one of the nautical stars.
One of the ancient constellations, of which the lucida is Ras-al-ague, one of the selected nautical objects at Greenwich.
The stars γ and β are pointer stars to a fifth-magnitude star the lucida of the asterism Lacerta, the lizard about 15° from β.
One of the ancient southern constellations, the lucida of which is Fomalhaut.
The lucida of Taurus, the well-known nautical star, popularly called Bull's-eye.