noun, genitive Au·ri·gae [aw-rahy-jee] /ɔˈraɪ dʒi/. Astronomy.
Origin of Auriga
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Capella is lo-cat-ed in the con-stell-a-tion which you call Auriga.Jubilation, U.S.A.
G. L. Vandenburg
The constellation of Auriga may next command our attention (map No. 5).Pleasures of the telescope
I twas situated in the constellation of Auriga, and was noticed on February 1.The Children's Book of Stars
In January, 1892, a new star was suddenly seen in the constellation Auriga.Curiosities of the Sky
The star β is common to Auriga and Taurus, being the former's right foot and the latter's northern horn.A Field Book of the Stars
William Tyler Olcott