It is remarkable for its well-known seven stars, by two of which, called the Pointers, the pole-star is always readily found.
Some duties are so clear that they shine like the pole-star which guides the mariner.
The contracting couple are then shown the pole-star (Arundhati), and milk and fruit are given to them.
I knew that constellation, for by it one of the men had taught me to find the pole-star.
We again look first for the Great Bear, now near the zenith, and thence find the pole-star.
He looked around, seeking the pole-star, and found it on his left.
Let the constitution be the pole-star to direct you: without it there can be no happiness for you nor for us.
After the third round they gaze at the pole-star (Arundati).
Turning towards the north, we see Cassiopeia between the pole-star and the horizon.
The pole-star, Polaris, is in the extremity of the tail, and is of the third magnitude.