noun, genitive Cas·si·o·pe·iae [kas-ee-uh-pee-ee] /ˌkæs i əˈpi i/ for 1.
Related formsCas·si·o·pe·ian, adjective
Examples from the Web for cassiopeia
Darkly they are there behind this light, darkness shining in the brightness, delta of Cassiopeia, worlds.Ulysses|James Joyce
Cassiopeia is known by the figure of a chair, composed of four stars which form the legs, and two which form the back.Letters on Astronomy|Denison Olmsted
Turning towards the north, we see Cassiopeia between the Pole-star and the horizon.Half-hours with the Telescope|Richard A. Proctor
Schedar is the star on the 'breast' of Cassiopeia, and Zubeneschamal is 'northern claw,' that is, of the Scorpion.The Royal Observatory Greenwich|E. Walter (Edwared Walter) Maunder
Thus might Cassiopeia, glass in hand, in her golden chair sit in high heaven!The History of Sir Richard Calmady|Lucas Malet