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Lacerta

[ luh-sur-tuh ]
/ ləˈsɜr tə /
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noun, genitive La·cer·tae [luh-sur-tee]. /ləˈsɜr ti/. Astronomy.

the Lizard, a northern constellation between Cepheus and Pegasus.

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Origin of Lacerta

<Latin: lizard
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Lacerta
/ (ləˈsɜːtə) /

noun Latin genitive Lacertae (ləˈsɜːtiː)

a small faint constellation in the N hemisphere, part of which is crossed by the Milky Way, lying between Cygnus and Andromeda

Word Origin for Lacerta

Latin: lizard
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