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Chamaeleon

[ kuh-mee-lee-uhn, -meel-yuhn ]

noun

, Astronomy.
, genitive Cha·mae·le·on·tis [k, uh, -mee-lee-, on, -tis].
  1. a small southern constellation between Musca and Hydrus.


Chamaeleon

/ kəˈmiːlɪən /

noun

  1. a faint constellation lying between Volans and the South celestial pole


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Origin of Chamaeleon1

From Latin

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