noun, genitive Cap·ri·cor·ni [kap-ri-kawr-nahy] /ˌkæp rɪˈkɔr naɪ/.
Origin of Capricornus
Examples from the Web for capricornus
Wait till Capricornus has got his Latin by heart and gone to Oxford.The Prophet of Berkeley Square|Robert Hichens
Retaining map No. 13 as our guide, we examine the western part of the constellation Capricornus.Pleasures of the telescope|Garrett Serviss
Capricornus, represented as a fish-tailed goat, may be depicted by the encounter with Sabitu, goddess of the sea.An Introduction to Mythology|Lewis Spence
The long and tender green Capricornus rarely found, we could never meet with but two.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
These are the stars which we call Capricornus and Alpha Lyra.Japanese Fairy World|William Elliot Griffis