noun, genitive Bo·ö·tis [boh-oh-tis]. /boʊˈoʊ tɪs/. Astronomy.
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Example sentences from the Web for Boötes
Charles's Wain lay inverted in the northern horizon; Bootes had driven his sparkling herd down the slope of the western sky.The Golden Dog|William Kirby
Your lordshipp is learned as well as I (it is bootles & I should offer you the bootes), you knowing the Latine to expounde.Narcissus|Unknown
But neither the virgin of Tegea, nor the sword-bearing Orion, 906 the companion of Bootes, will have to be beheld by thee.
In 1652 a man was fined for excess of apparel "in bootes, rebonds, gould and silver lace."
The Benedictine monks wore bootes, I beleeve, like these—at least 1/2 bootes.Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2)|John Aubrey