noun, genitive Ce·ti [see-tahy, sey-tee] /ˈsi taɪ, ˈseɪ ti/. Astronomy.
Origin of Cetus
Examples from the Web for cetus
Omicron in the constellation Cetus, is the longest known of them; and is held to revolve in 831 days.The Plurality of Worlds|William Whewell
He is said to have been swallowed by a Cetus, or large fish, from which he was after some time delivered.
There are several other variable stars in Cetus, but none possessing much interest for us.Astronomy with an Opera-glass|Garrett Putman Serviss
Below Aries may be seen the characteristic pentagon in the head of Cetus, the Whale.A Field Book of the Stars|William Tyler Olcott
Now, as some of you know, the Cetus staff had already begun work at the pad, and in the blockhouse.The Scarlet Lake Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin