[ suh-jit-uh ]
/ səˈdʒɪt ə /
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noun, genitive Sa·git·tae [suh-jit-ee]. /səˈdʒɪt i/. Astronomy.

the Arrow, a northern constellation between Aquila and Cygnus.



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Origin of Sagitta

1695–1705; <Latin: arrow
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/ (səˈɡɪtə) /

noun Latin genitive Sagittae (səˈɡɪtiː)

a small constellation in the N hemisphere lying between Cygnus and Aquila and crossed by the Milky Way

Word Origin for Sagitta

C16: from Latin, literally: an arrow
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