Origin of andromeda
Definition for andromeda (2 of 2)
noun, genitive An·drom·e·dae [an-drom-i-dee] /ænˈdrɒm ɪˌdi/ for 2.
Examples from the Web for andromeda
I might suggest a title: “Andromeda Strain 2: The Predictable Hysteria.”
Andromeda Galaxy is about 2.5 million light-years away, which is right next-door in a cosmic sense.
Zeus, Jupiter, Andromeda, and Pandora are all similarly hipster heaven.
The original relief from the foot of the pedestal—Perseus and Andromeda—is in the Bargello, and replaced by a cast.
Every hill is covered with Arbutus alpina, variegated with Andromeda crulea and Trientalis europa.Lachesis Lapponica|Carl von Linn
Such is the nebula in Andromeda, which is visible to the naked eye.The Plurality of Worlds|William Whewell
Astronomers have been baffled in their attempts to discover the nature of the Andromeda Nebula.The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'|Thomas Orchard
The joyful parents, with Perseus and Andromeda, repaired to the palace, where a banquet was opened for them.The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art (2nd ed.) (1911)|Charles Mills Gayley