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Caelum

[ see-luhm ]
/ ˈsi ləm /
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noun, genitive Cae·li [see-lahy, -lee]. /ˈsi laɪ, -li/. Astronomy.
the Sculptor's Tool, or Chisel, a small southern constellation between Columba and Eridanus.
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Origin of Caelum

<Latin: engraving tool
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Caelum
/ (ˈsiːləm) /

noun Latin genitive Caeli (ˈsiːlaɪ)
a small faint constellation in the S hemisphere close to Eridanus

Word Origin for Caelum

Latin: the sky, heaven
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