Origin of Pleiades
Words nearby Pleiades
How to use Pleiades in a sentence
The writer and anthropologist Daisy Bates reported people in central Australia regarded Orion as a “hunter of women,” and specifically of the women in the Pleiades.
In the northern sky in December is a beautiful cluster of stars known as the Pleiades, or the “seven sisters.”
The harvest is about the time of the setting of the Pleiades, and the grain is beaten out like barley.
The Hours, the rosy sister goddesses, joined in her grief, and the shining Pleiades veiled their faces in sorrow.
Now there are only six stars in the constellation called the Pleiades, and the little sister is constantly searching for them.
Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades (Kīmah), or loose the bands of Orion?
This season being marked by the acronical rising of the Pleiades, that group has become associated with such observances.